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1996 land rover discovery want go in drive or

1996 land rover discovery want go in drive or rev. just put another engine in it was working find before. About seven small wires are not connect to any thing above the transmission. could that be the problem. please help me.

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Check to see if them wires are of the gearbox solenoid you want get drive or reverse if its not connected.

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