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Transmission goes into gear when cold and when hot goes into no gear

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If its a manual trans it may be the slave cylinder. if it is automatic then you need to take it to the shop. check fluid level and look for leaks. but it sounds like somthing internal that is wrong

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SOURCE: transmission- when puting shifter in any any gear, wiil not move when hot, but when it is cold wil move.

possibly a weak pump inside the transmission /rebuild or replace .

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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