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TRANSMISSION MY CAR WILL GO IN REVERSE BUT WHEN I PUT IT IN DRIVE IT WON'T MOVE

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Is this in all gears ie: D, 2, 3, L? or is it a specific gear? Assuming the transmission fluid was change, one or more valves in the unit is stuck and also, the bands inside the transmission could be worn. The transmission shop needs to hook up a special machine and pressure test valve chambers...hope this helps

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