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My tranny in my 2000 caravan will not change gears after it is in drive. Park, reverse and I assume its low gear (what ever gear it is in when you put it in drive) all work and fluid level is fine. What could this be?

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  • prismson1 Nov 09, 2010

    What is safe mode? I was thinking the clutch or something.

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Its locked in safe mode, have it checked

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

  • prismson1 Nov 09, 2010

    What exactly is afe mode? I was thinking it was the clutch or something maybe.

  • starrface Nov 09, 2010

    clutch is on a manual trans, safe mode is when there is a fault in the trans operation it wll select a gear usually second, usually an electronic glitch

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