Q: Car turns on like normal but won't move forward or in reverse.

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I was driving on the highway one day and I heard a loud like pop sound. And then the car started slowing down so I pulled off to the side and and parked it turned it off and on again and nothing happen it wouldn't go forward

My car has 158999 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. When you’re driving an hear a POP sound, followed by the inability to move forward or reverse, it’s a clear indication of a mechanical failure within the drive line of your Trailblazer. Due to the multiple components involved in this system, it is best to have a professional mechanic come to your location first and complete a car not able to change gears inspection.

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