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Manual or Automatic? Check Tracy fluid level if automatic, and check where the shifter connects to your tranny to make sure connection idles free and working, and not seized up. If you have a manual tranny, check your clutch and all associated fluids.
wost case scenario, you need to either rebuild your tranny, or buy one at the junkyard for cheap.

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