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1988 Ford Ranger 4x4- gear shifter moves into gear, but nothing happens. Truck appears to be in R, D, etc, but when I push the gas pedal the engine revs and the truck doesn't move.

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Check your lincage to be sure ite actually going into gear you will have to block the tires and have someone shift it from p to 1 then back again, if it does this then check the fluid level but it sounds like your transmission is bad.

Posted on Aug 28, 2010

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