There should be nothing in the trunk that would cause the vehicle not to move. To not start, maybe. If you have no movement in forward or reverse, check and verify the fluid level is full in the transmission, and then it would almost require a line pressure test. This procedure requires a pressure gauge, and someone to the likes of David Copperfield to access and connect at the test port. You could possibly remove a cooler line at the radiator(more than likely the upper line), place something to capture fluid over the port(it is going to come from radiator side), and start the vehicle to see if you have flow. If you have no flow through the cooler, you more than likely have no pressure for some reason.
Wednesday, May 19th, 2010 AT 11:44 PM