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I tried to back my 2006 Ford Expedition out of driveway. Put it in reverse and then heard loud, booming noise. Thought I ran over something, so stopped car, got out and looked--nothing. Then got back in car and put in reverse but car goes nowhere. In fact, it started rolling forward because I was on an incline. Is it the transmission?

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