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Check linkage on transmission and make sure you have correct transmission fluid and levels..
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's an automatic, I think your transmission is gone. Done. Done in.
If the engine wants to roar, but the legs won't move, well, it's the transmission. When the fluid inside it gets hot again, the gears start slipping.
That's my take on it, humphrey, but of course check the fluid level and quality or appearance and smell, you know, before you do anything. If it was real low on fluid, like over a couple of quarts or even one, you might get lucky and keep it full and not have any more problem. If the fluid is real dark, dark brown or dark red, and has a distinctly burnt smell, ...that's very not good. The fluid should be clear and red or pink in color. Have someone confirm or not if your transmission is bad. good luck.
Posted on Nov 26, 2012
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