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in Drive, L or 1st and Reverse gears all DEAD. car will not move.
and engine RPM exceeds 2500 RPM, yes>?
if the engine can not increase speed, nor can car.
the engine makes car go. the transmission transmits this energy to th wheels. tell more get more.
does it come out of gears with the vechicle off..if so check clutch master for fluid..if it does not still it will be bad shiftercables so replace the bad one or see if the cable came undone...there will be two separate cables
General advice:Draging clutch (dirty,worn),no oil in the clutch pump (need two three pedals...).Worn gearshifting lever link to gearbox (leading to missplace shift position)Worn sincro (gear brake engage ring) in the gear box.Worn gear/gear axe (tilting gear on the axe.in the earbox..box...)
Can be several things. There is an interlock for the gearshift which must agree with the brake pedal showing your foot is on the brake. If anything is out of alignment, then the gearshift will not release.
Sometimes if you look at the Brakelight, a sure sign of problems is they refuse to light up when the pedal is pressed. The brake pedal interlock at the top of the brake pedal lever is out of place or broken. Once the switch is restored, everything should work again.
Sometimes if the steering wheel is not lined up, a release pin in the column will not let the interlock move. Tilt columns can often have this problem.