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Asked by Mar 03, 2016 at 09:52 PM about the 1996 GMC Yukon

Question type: General

I have a automatic 1996 Yukon 2wd &it starts
&was running great I even jes gotta new oil
&transmission fluid &transmission seal change but
when I start it my truck still won't move after I put
in drive reverse nothing the engine jes runs does
anybody know what this could be I really need help
&don't know what too buy what too do or where
too go next about this situation

2 Answers

115

Hard to say what's going on for sure, but check to see how much fluid is in that transmission. A transmission that is two quarts low will suck air, and you will go nowhere until the proper amount of fluid is added. If the transmission was operating properly before the fluid change, it is probably something simple.

1,730

I agree with Fredmac, but make sure your checking level as per your car! Usually wait till car is warm, on level surface, after shifting thru all gears, than putting in park. Any fluid on concrete below car indicating leak? Finally ask yourself do you trust who you took car to? Could they have done something to cause it?

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