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Royal MOTOR Sales
San Francisco, CA
My guess would be either a clutch concern or internal gear selector (syncro) locked up. You may need a tear down to inspect your concern.
The cost for the labor on replacing the ABS module is usually around $450.00. It covers: 1) Remove and replace 2) Code module 3) Bleed brake system.
I would first inspect the tranny fluid. If the fluid is full it may be an internal transmission failure or valve body failure.
In this particular case you may have some sort of electrical issue. Best thing to do it have it diagnosed because even though it may run okay after you turn your ignition on and off, it may fail later on.
Some possibilities: 1) Air intake boot-torn 2) Idle stabilizer malfunction 3) Throttle body malfunction
I would have your suspension checked because you might have broken control arm bushings or worn shocks. Other possibilities: CV joints if vehicle is moving.
You should have a dealer or local mechanic check your transmission fluid level first. It could just be low on transmission fluid. That would be the cheapest way to start. A new transmission is around $3000.00 and up.
1) You should start with checking the exhaust system. 2) Check the computer system. 3) Tires are probably out of balance.
It sounds like the power steering fluid is low, possibly leaking. You should take your car in and have that checked out.
A new engine is rather costly, I recommend getting the car diagnosed. It might be a blown head gasket.