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Transmission suddenly stopped shifting. It works in 1-2nd &R. Was working fine then would not go forward and would stall the engine. It was like the wheels locked up going forward only, reverse was fine. I backed the car onto a hill and drifted down in nuetral. When I put it in gear the wheels started turning but won't shift past 2nd gear, and the check engine light came on immediately. Could this be the ground strap, wiring. What causes this?

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The transmission solenoids are not working properly. Probably requires a transmission rebuild.
I don't think it's in the ground strap or wiring.
It's an internal problem with the transmission.

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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