my van wont move,would it be the oil pan or my transmition

Asked by Dec 01, 2014 at 11:29 AM

Question type: General

I scraped the bottom of my van and all my oil came out so I stop and when I stop ,my van didn't want to move,i turnd it on and it startd but still wont move.

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Seems like the transmission may have been knocked too hard. It lost oil, so do not start it. Have it towed to a shop and let them look at it.

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