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Drove to store friend started to put radio in and it fried radio . started car and wont go into gear

Started car and wont go into gear

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Ouch just hope friend didn't fry your trans. controller on accident. try disconnecting the battery for 5 mins then hook it back up and see if it reset the computer. A used trans. controller is in between $100-200 and is possible to replace yourself without too much hassle. good luck hope this helps.

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