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The transmission selector says drive and reverse . Though the car will not move. Then it says transmission failure, drive to dealer slowly.could it possibly need filter change and new fluid?

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How do I fix the transmission problem? The car is moving forward at neutral, drive and low gear, and switching to parking mode at reverse and parking. The car is not backing up at all.


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My toyota doesn't work in drive if you bring the RPM up to 6 it will slowly move forward it works great in reverse though


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The D selector with the line through it means the transmission range selector switch (also called the nuetral safety switch) is bad. You will also notice that you are getting horrible fuel mileage. If you have less than 36K miles, you may be able to get the dealer to replace it under warranty. Most likely, they will attempt to charge you between $200-$300 for the repair. Go to oemsuzukiparts.com, look up "transmission range selector" in the mechanical section, and buy the part for about $35. It is a simple and easy fix--the sensor is located right underneath the radiator hose on the transmission. Two bolts and a clip hold the thing together, just make sure the car is cold--this car gets really hot under the hood!

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