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95 maxima not moving after putting into gear

I changed the crank positioning sensor and now my car goes into gear but it doesnt engage and drive. When I put it back into park the gears grind. please help:(

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    that is not the crank sensor, your trans has failed.

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Sounds like you may want to check if one of your cv axles has popped out of the transmission(usually the driver's side because the right on is bolt into a support bracket).

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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    ris121541 Apr 23, 2012

    Is that whats causing the grinding? Im having this same issue. I can shift to all gears (Auto) and the linkage is doing its job, but my car doesn't seem to engage in gear. And when I shift back to park, grinding occurs. Is the CV Axle truly the problem? Why would it come loose?

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