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Recently rebuilt drove for two weeks fine now wont go forward but will go reverse someone says water sensor??? i have no idea what to do

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Hi,when you say rebuilt,are you speaking of the tranny.If so,then you should call the tranny repair shop to have it towed back at there expense.No doubt,you have a warranty on the repairs?As far as the "water sensor".The vehicle has an engine coolant temperature sensor but this should not give you your symptoms...Please rate this answer..Thank You and Good Luck!!!

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