crunching noise in drive will not go forward without crunching noise and the car will not go into park or reverse i think its stuck in drive or neutral

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Asked by Jul 17, 2017 at 10:57 PM about the 2009 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers

305,885

Crunching and not moving is a drive line issue. Could be the transmission needs a rebuild. A used Interceptor is not always a good purchase.

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A used interceptor is almost never a good purchase. They are driven very hard and sometimes not serviced properly. Sounds like it needs a transmission.

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the car was running smooth before it all a sudden made a loud crunching noise it still drives forward but has a loud crunching sound but the car will not reverse and when i try to place it in park the car sounds like its grinding or something so i have on the e brake and a tire block because its not shifting out of drive at all even tho the shiftier is visually working.

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Ok update today i had a mechanic take a look he found out the right side axle is snapped and the differential had to be replaced

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