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I just replace the transmission on my 1997Jymmy with a running transmission from an other car, but dosent let go the shifter and does not engage in any gear, can someone help me with this, will be highly appreciated, thanks Art.

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Was the torque converter slide back to the second notch before bolting trans back to engine if not you have cracked the front trans pump and vehicle is not going to do anything you will either have to pull out and replace front pump or get another trans this is a common mistake and if it was working then i say thats your problem

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