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94 tercel 4 speed shift fine, but transmission will not engage.

I have a front wheel drive 94 toyota tercel 4 speed, with 160k miles. When I engage the 1 year old clutch and put the car in gear 1,2,3,4, or r; it will not move. I'm thinking the transmission is shot. But I had no early indication of a tranny problem. Is it possible for the tranny to go witout any warning? Any suggestion on what can be the problem?

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Have you checked the fluid gear oil itself 1st hmmm would you elaborate on this for me is the linkage connected and have you done any work to the said vehicle prior or just one day woke up and this is the issue

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