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5 speed manuel transmission

I have nothing when car is in gear or not, everything outside of tranny looks good? Any ideas of what problem could be would be greatly appreciated, thank you

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There could be a number of problems. One could be your c.v. axles. Another could be the transmission itself. Before the car stopped moving did you notice a popping sound when you turned the wheel? Or while shifting where there any points when it felt like the car would idle like it's in neutral?

Posted on Apr 22, 2014

Testimonial: "No, It was not the CV joints. My step son said it would screech, get hard to keep going up hills, then it just quit. Sounds like the tranny died?"

  • bigdlesel Apr 23, 2014

    Yes the tranny has died

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