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Depends on the gearbox design. Aisin(Toyota) troque converter automatic trannys are generally epicyclic (planetary), so are (GM and Ford) TC automatics. And I have heard Honda uses a countershaft design for its automatic trannys. Dual clutch automatic trannys have in general countershaft design as opposed to TC automatics.
It's unlikely that both gearboxes were bad. They're pretty indestructible as long as fluid is kept in them. I think that you should see if the clutch has air in it which would mean that pressing the clutch pedal down would not release the clutch pressure plate all of the way, making it hard to change or select gears.
Also, make sure the pivot points of the rods are lubricated.
you need to remove the gearbox and change the clutch . unless you know what your diong i wouldnt recomend this your self, find a clutch centre in your area. or phone me on 0152764440 mon to fri for advice
The clutch could be way out of adjustment, the clutch could be completeley worn out, There is no connection between the engine and trans, meaning the input shaft is broken. A drivesahft could be broken (this usually makes a lot of noise when the clutch is let out) Hope that helps narrow it down, really hard to say without see the car.
you just need one spanner..
on the side of the gearbox you should see a bleeder nipple.
get someone to press the clutch in and out at least 15 times and then hold it in.
whilst they are holding it in release the bleeder nipple a touch just so you hear air or see fluid.
then retighten make sure they dont release the clutch pedal until the nipple is closed.
repeat this process at least 5 times or untill your clutch starts working
and also keep the fluid topped up
if you get stuck let me know
check the fluid level first, if its empty this will happen, if so full it and bleed the clutch, if not it could be the slave cylinder and failing both, it could be the clutch itself, easiest way to check is to see on the gearbox if the clutch is engaging when you press the pedal down.
just ask if you need more help