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Old 03-21-2016, 03:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2008 suzuki won't move

I just put a new motor in. the transmission has new fluid. but the car wont move. You can hear it shift from park but it won't move or reverse. I tried the shift lock reset thing where u put the key in the interlock and press the break but that didn't work for me. I have 1 break light out but that really shouldn't cause the car 2 not move huh?? please help.
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You say the engine is running, the gear box is changing gears but the car does not move.
Sounds like the engine and gearbox are not engaging. Did you check with the technician if the clutch is proper?

Brake light shouldn't affect your engine or transmission.
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Default Something wrong with your gear box.

If the engine is working and the car is not moving when you change the gears there will be something wrong in the Gear box. better to consult with a mechanic or get an assistance from authorized service personals.
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Is this an Auto or manual??

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Ahh!

Re-read the original post, "move from PARK", so it is an automatic...

Was the converter installed properly and locked into the front pump??

Is the converter bolted to the flexplate??

Is the fluid at the correct level??

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