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My mustang 2001 automatic only gos in reverse. What can it be

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Sound's like the foreword gears in the transmission may be bad. This sometimes happens and leaves you with only reverse gears. I would recommend having it looked at by a good mechanic. Another solution may be to check to see if your transmission fluid is low or check to see if your shifter cable may have become damaged underneath your vehicle. Hope this helps.

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