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TRANSMISSION IS NOT ENGAGING when sudden kick mof gas

Transmission is not engaging at all when sudden kick of gas pedal

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if the car doesn't move then the speedo would not move, right? or do u mean something else? yours trans has failed or the trans digital range selector switch is bad, have a scanner put on the system and see if any trouble codes are present.

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