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without seeing the vehicle cannot really tell, could be a badly broken transmission or gear selector. Trans are specialist items so you need a trans man/woman. I can only suggest that you look up a reputable garage and let them take a good look.
it sounds like your gearshift cable is broken..if you can jack up vehicle and support it safely,get someone to move shifter and look on driver's side of transmission and see if linkage is moving on trans..linkage is up near top of trans..i have seen this problem before
Cable is shot. Change the shift cable
(cable from shifter to transmission) Also spray some WD40 on the shift
linkage on the trans and work it back and forth to loosen it up before
you put the new cable on. Good luck
the whining noise you hear is the pump in your transmission sludge builds in the trans pan it stops the filter up pull the pan off your trans you will see the sludge you probably need a new transmission.
What's happening is the trans. computer is detecting something wrong. It puts itself into "limp in" mode. Most of the time a sensor is acting up. Go and have you computer (trans.) scanned so you know which sensor is going bad. This is a very common occurrance with all chrysler products. Don't go to Autozone for the scan. Your best bet is to go to a transmission shop.