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My transmission is locking up when i go into gear what happens is after you start and keep your foot on the break paddle then put it into drive or reverse it would not idle it wants to move but because my foot is on the break it will shot down

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Sounds like your lock up solenoid in your transmission is bad. don't know what kind of car or truck you have to let you know where it's at.

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Does it feel like if you had a manual transmission and you let out the clutch with your foot on the brake?

if you are in a place you can do this safely without hitting anything try starting it while the transmission is in neutral. After it starts put it into either drive or reverse with your foot off the brake. Does it start to move, then the rpms start to drop fast and then stall?

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