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96 Avalon won't go forward but will go backword

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  • Bruce Augustine Apr 15, 2017

    There is not a lot of information here to work with. Does it engage in drive in any gear 3 2 anything? if no then take it to a transmission shop for diagnosis.

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There is not a lot of information here to work with. Does it engage in drive in any gear 3 2 anything? if no then take it to a transmission shop for diagnosis.

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Well i would first check trans fluid in park with motor running. If fluid is good in color i mean red or a little dark then i would then check if it rolls in park the reason for that is to see if you had a axle pop out. Now if it holds in park your axle is fine. Next is the possibility of a bad transmission you may have broken the pump. One way to confirm is to disconnect one of the cooler lines and see if there is fluid pressure now this is dangerous and messy so i would recommend a shop to do this.

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