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93 concorde will not shift out of first gear

My 93 chrysler concorde was involved in a front end collision, I replaced lower control arm, cv shaft,abs sensor and now the car will not shift out of 1st.....I tried replacing 2 sensors in the transmission and the fluid is full and still not shifting

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  • danyaaal13 Feb 24, 2009

    my 93 concorde is stuck in first gear and wont shift

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Some times if wont shift out of first you need a tranie filter , when the car has issues like this it will automatically shift and stick in second gear as a safty feature so you can move off the road or to the nearest auto shop

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At this point the vehicle needs to be scanned for trouble codes to determine what area to look for a problem.

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