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I just change my left axle and now when i put the car on drive or park or reverse it doesnt go
what whould tha be

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On the bottom left side of the transmission there is a drain plug refer to the haynes manual for exact location. Drain the transmission fluid with a screen. If you see flakes of metal falling on the screen sorry but the transmission is far gone if not try changing the fluid using only whats recomended for that application if that dosent work you will need to buy a used transmission it cost more to rebuild one than its worth .

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What is it???


Make sure the axle is in all the way. The axle will snap in place when it's in all the way. Did you loose any fluid when you removed the old axle? There's a chance that you don't have enough trans. fluid. This will cause the same thing.

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