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Car won't get into gear

Put in new transmission fluid

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Be more specific on the symptoms. Just replacing ATF shouldn't jam the gearbox. Why did you replace the ATF, does the shift lever move or not, etc.

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  • I don't know about reasonable. I don't know how they can assess something they have not seen with a price like that unless they are gunning for a full transmission replacement which is shady, in my opinion. Some other possibilities should have been voiced. Yes it could be the transmission needs replaced but there are some things to consider and check first.
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  • Fluid over 50,000 miles needs replaces as well. Don't do this yet unless you get the transmission going or it may be a waste of money. If you get it going again and the miles call for it then flush the transmission fluid.
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  • Hope this helps and good luck to you.
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Regards, Tony

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