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Problems with the transmisson

I drove my 1993 Subaru Loyale every day, back and forth to work and around town. I parked in a parking lot one day, had dinner and when I came back out to leave, the car would not shift in to ANY gear. Any thoughts?

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Whit the engine ruining check your transmission fluid level
is possible than you have a transmission fluid leak and don't have enough fluid to work properly. NOTE: Do not ever fill it because that can case your transmission to wear out faster.
And make sure the car is on a level place and the engine is running while you check the level.

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