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I've had the same issue in another car. Have a transmission flush/filter change and drive it. Mine lasted till I sold it 3-4 years later. it could be a stuck valve inside to regulate the pressure during the gear change. I would the flush a try.
Gears inside welded together, or stuck in limp home mode. Is it stuck in a gear other than 1st or reverse? Limp home mode will select one gear, usually 2nd, when computer senses a problem with valve body pressure, or excessive heat. Either way it sounds like a trip to the ****** shop.
i had the same problem with my toyota estate i had to remove the gearbox and remove the bottom plate then tap the gears with a hammer not to hard untill the gear moved then put it back together and worked fine never did it again and wasnt to hard to move the gear. hope this helps i tryed rock banging and everything else before i took the gearbox out
When was the last time the trans fulid and filter was changed? Sounds like the filter in the trans is dirty. And if left over time will damage the transmission. Transmission fulid and filter should be changed every 35,000 to 45,000 miles. And it could be the shifting module on top of the trans (Netural Park switch)