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1996 chevy pickup has no forward gear. Reverse works fine, but no drive.

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You may have a broken direct drive drum or another internal problem that is preventing the forward clutch packs from being engaged. There might be a service code stored in the computer relating to the problem but if the problem is mechanical in nature it often won't set a code of any kind. I believe you have a 4L60E transmission in this vehicle and usually when I see this type of problem the transmission needs to come out and be repaired. Hope this helps a bit!

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