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I have a 1995 range rover auto when I move the gear stick.

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I have a 1995 range rover auto when I move the gear stick. Into drive or any gear the car still won't move
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Greg replied 4 years ago.

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Ok first check the transmission fluid . check this with the engine running and in "P"

Should be on the level and should have a nice red to a light brown .

If the fluid is a dark brown to black then you have a internally damaged transmission
and will need removing to be opened and check what has damaged .

If all this looks okay then check the shifter connections ,this is known to come apart
and fail to let you select any gear .for this you will need to get under your rover and check ,have some one help by moving the selector in the car and you watch the selctor rod under the car.


The part i marked in red is the area that will come apart .

Now if both are good and working then you sadly have an internall issue and will have to be checked by a professional .

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