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Transmission issues 2006 cobalt ss supercharged none of the gears engage on the transmission its a five speed manualit feels like there is a loose cable but thats not it either

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Check the brake fluid level in the slave cylinder first If low you will not be able to shift..If you have to fill it, pump it for 30 to 40 times to prime with the engine off. Then check the fluid again. If full start and see if it shifts. If it leaks out the slave cylinder or line is leaking

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