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My automatic car wont move. I can put it in drive or reverse, but it doesn't move.

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Failure of the Auto clutch or a fault in the transmission box. In both the cases the gear box/trans mission must be checked.
Check the activation of the gear stick to ensure that the requested action is seen on the box or is a failure of the link or electrics.

Posted on May 18, 2011

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