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If the kick starter operates normally the likely cause for a transmission lock up is bent shift forks. The bent forks are trying to engage two speeds at once i.e., 2nd and 3rd at the same time. A broken circlip on a tranny shaft could also cause the dual engagement. If the starter is locked up the problem is likely to be a broken retainer clip. There is a possibility that the cam chain may have broken and is wrapped up on the crank gear. Is there oil in the gearbox? The engine may have seized up do to a lack of lubrication. You can see a diagram of your entire engine at the site below. > Please rate my answer www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrand/default.aspx

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The car goes back ans forth but not left and right. Front wheels turn left and right but do not spin


That sounds like one of the constant velocity joint on a driveshaft is broken, or the splined end(s) on the end of the driveshaft where it fits into the hub, have stripped.

The link below will show you generic photos of drivehafts/cv joints.
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If the splined end of the drivehaft/hub strips, there's nothing to drive that road wheel. The driveshaft will just 'spin' but as it can't mesh with the splines in the hub - no forward motion.

Get somebody who knows what to look for to check both the driveshafts and identify which one is at fault.

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What kind of car or truck? If both driveshafts turn, then you have a bad front differential. Remember there are 2 driveshafts on 4 wheel drive vehicles. Also do you ahve locking hubs?

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put a mark on the tire and a mark on the driveshaft. raise the vehicle and install safety stands , put the vehicle in neutral have an assistant on hand to spin the tire one revolution , while you watch the mark on the driveshaft to count the revolutions. so let us say that the driveshaft turned 3.5 turns give you a ratio of 3.5:1

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If you mean the shaft that runs the accessories in the front causing a chattering noise, No, you need to loosen the mounts that hold the whole front assembly in place to remove the coupling though.
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Its hard to understand what you are asking?The front driveshafts are attached to the wheels. the rear wont turn if the wheels are on the ground. I would never buy a car with parts disconnected. sounds like BS.

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