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Gearbox problems Automatic Gearbox problems, for Toyota Funcargo car can't move even when engine is running

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Mcdevito75 here, Check the tranny fluid, when the car is warmed up pull the tranny dip stick wipe it off and repeat, fill the tranny to level with tranny fluid only. Also check for a broken linkage or cable to the tranny from thru the firewall.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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    Geoff Nov 16, 2013

    When you say tranny fluid, do you mean engine oil dip stick?

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