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    • Guest - Calvin

      04 expedition only has reverse. Has a vacuum leak sound under brake pedal.

    • Guest - Joe

      95 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo shifts hard into reverse only , what could it be?

    • Guest - Joe

      I have a 1995 Grand Cherokee Laredo and it shifts hard from park into reverse , otherwise shifts fine into all other gears . What could be the problem ?

    • Guest - Terry

      My 02 grand prix shakes when i accelerate but smooths out when I let off the gas

    • Guest - Ben Vining

      I have a 2000 eldorado . It keeps throwing a dtc code p0741 , and it is leaking transmission fluid , but the gears shift smoothly , what could be wrong , what needs to be fixed or replaced , and how much does it cost usually?

    • Guest - 04 Buick LeSabre

      Transmission slipping or not gauging at all after 20 miles an hour

    • Guest - BETTY

      MY CHEVROLET LUMINA VAN 1994 WILL'T GO IN ANY GEAR IT ACK LIKE SOMETHING IS LOOSE THE GEAR LEAVER WHEN YOU PULL IT DOWN IT JUST LOOSE CAN AY ONE HELP ME THANK U

    • Guest - yhumphrey1213@yahoo.com

      my Chevrolet lumina van 1994 won't go forward but will go backwards...help please

    • Guest - BETTY

      In reply to: Guest - yhumphrey1213@yahoo.com

      MY 1994 CHEVROLET LUMINA VAN WILL 'NT GO IN ANY GEAR IT ACK LIKE SOMETHING HAS COME A LOOSE LIKE A CABLE CAN YOU PLEASE HELP THANK U

    • Guest - Brandon

      I have a 2006 predator 500cc and it's stuck in 3rd gear what would be wrong with it?

    • Guest - Misty

      02 Santa fe revving high with little acceleration. Disconnected battery and it returns to normal. Tried Lucas transmission fix, taped vacuum hose, tightened throttle cable. What could be a permanent fix?

    • Guest - Terry

      2003 monty carlo lost over drive. All other gears work fine.

    • Guest - david wetmore

      ok I have 1997 dodge caravan sport transmission wont work in 3rd and drive or reverse

    • Guest - Bill

      In reply to: Guest - david wetmore

      Something inside the transmission has broken. It is not something simple like a transmission control solenoid or anything electrical like that. The trans is going to need to come and and taken apart tom see what is wrong.

    • Guest - Lily Chadsey

      92 Toyota SR5. Clutch is not engaging. I was driving it, tried to put it into 1st gear and felt something break or come loose.
      Is this something I can fix myself on the side of the road with out removing transmission?

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