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Transmission When I put my car is gear is does not do anything.

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Please check the level in your transmission fluid indicator. This is located in the engine compartment.

How many miles does this 2007 vehicle have on it?

Is this vehicle still under warranty? If so, I would call for service immediately, and not do anything to void your warranty rights (other than checking for obvious signs of a problem)

Let me know how you progress!

Brian

Posted on Jul 14, 2008

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