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Transmisson stopped working while travelling on highway

I was travelling at 65 mph, it was as if the transmisson was put into neutral. I coasted to the side of the road. All forward gears and reverse were completely useless. Absolutly no change from any gear except park. Park works??? I let it idle for about 10 minutes and checked the fluid level. It is in the normal range. No leaks, no previous problems. Help!!

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A complete failure like you have described leads me to suspect a torque converter failure.

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