Q: I have a '95 cavalier I recently unplugged the TCC sensor and I was driving then the car just stopped but engine was still running.

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I have a 95 cavalier I recently unplugged the tcc sensor and I was driving then the car just stopped but engine was still running now when I shift into drive it wont move in any gear

My car has 193641 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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