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Santro gear lever moves to reverse position but the car does not move

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Problem with transmission. Check your transmission oil. Without driving it get the oil replaced. The more your drive it the more it will damage the transmission. I am 80% sure that is the problem. Hope this helps.

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as far as you know?
how long have you owned it?
can you move the shift lever into position & the car wont move or you just cant move the lever at all & that's why it won't move.
Have you checked the fluid level?
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