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97 intrepid trans

Hi i got a 97 trepid i had to change the seals in the diff and the bearing but did not take apart the trans inside. put it all back like the tv cable and all. Now you put it in gear and it doesn't work and i dont here the trans noise it use to make when you put in gear.thanks daniel

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Why did you remove the TV cable?

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