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Transmission grinds in all gears

Have not had any troubles and it would only move backwards when i tried to put it in gear.

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Cars that won't go into gear, if they are automatic transmission, check the transmission fluid level. For both manual and automatic transmission, there is a linkage mechanism from the gear shift to the transmission. Make sure (with somebody to help) that the motion from the gear shift is actually moving the shaft or whatever on the transmission! Could be loose or disconnected. Sounds like it is stuck in Park.
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What color is the Tranny fluid and does it smell burnt? If so you have a serious Transmission problem. My buddy had a Shelby Mustang with a high performance automatic Transmission. He was always nuetral dropping it (from nuetral to gear at HIGH RPM). Caused the Harmonic balancer bolts to sheer off. So i would check to see if the ballancer is still attached. The balancer on an automatic transmission gets bolted to the Flywheel where the Transmission meets the engine.Have you tried putting in in 4x4? It is possible that the rear Transaxle let go. If it moves when you lock it into 4x4 you know the transmission is good and the rearend is bad. Was there any signs of trouble before this happen? Like noises or grinding or slipping? Any strange smells? smoke? Did you put a lift kit on it and add bigger diameter tires? This can ruin a stock transmission. If you can ..leave me with more detail. So i can better diagnose.

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Reverse made grinding noise then quit moving forward gears ok for a little then did the same thing cant even push it backwards in neutral


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