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Transmission, no forward gears

Transmission has no forward gears, no codes. Fluid level is good, condition is dirty.

Pulled the pan and has no metal or chunks of clutch. It goes into reverse, but when put in forward gears it jerks forward like its trying, then when you rev it up the engine loads up like its trying but theres nothing. No codes when scanned other then reverse lamp.
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What does it do in neutral if you rev the engine? Does it try to back up?

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Revs up with no load on the engine. As soon as its put into drive you can feel the truck go into gear but won't move.

As I said before when it's in drove and you Rev it it feels like the engine is loading up like when you try drive with the brake on
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I think the reverse clutch has failed and welded itself together. Stick a fork in it, this trans is done.

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Good to know, got a trans ordered, Thanks for the info
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