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Voyager transmission problem

My 1999 plymouth voyager (3.3l) won't go into Drive, 1st, or 2nd gear. It will only go into reverse.

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I had the same problem in my 1999 plymouth voyager. Changed both speed sensors it started shifting perfectly.. Now i get a little thump when downshifting from 2nd to first when stoping change the sensors there only about 20 dollars each its 2 of them on the front of transmission..

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