Dodge Colt

You have a 1993 Dodge Colt GL while driving up a hill you heard a loud pop your car will not go forwad or backward you know it is a transmission problems but can someone be more specific?

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2005-11-21 20:33:29
2005-11-21 20:33:29

Without seeing your car, my guess is your car broke one of the axle joints.A assistant could look under the car while it is running in gear and you hold the brake to be safe. He would see it wobble by the front tire. That is the only thing that I could think of that would go out like that. I hope this helps you. Mark

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