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I suppose you have a automatic transmission. If not, please add info to your question. Year model can make a difference as well. I will field the question by giving you the best answer without all the info. First thing you can try is to start the vehicle.(make sure the emergency brake is on.) Raise the hood and check the transmission fluid. If it is low fill it just to the full mark on stick. Don"t over fill it. Then if it was low, check to see if that helped. If that doesn't help then it is most likely a problem inside the transmission and probably a fluid pressure problem;. The pump could have gone out . You should take it and have a trans expert check it from this point
Posted on Dec 18, 2016
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