If you had a fluid level or internal pressure problem, it would have thrown a code or turned a warning light on. If a forward clutch or torque converter failed it may not have alerted you? Did you try reverse? If it has no reverse, yet you have fluid, that would indicate a pump or flow malfunction, if there is a main pressure sensor, you should have received a code. Make sure the selector is actually rotating the selector shaft at the transmission (do this with the vehicle not running, e-brake on, tires blocked). The only question is; was the engine revving because you were accelerating or it just did it on it's own? were you moving or at idle when it did this? PS, there is dip stick to check the fluid level and unless you know how to check the fluid level, I would advise against it, since you could accidently drain the fluid in the pan if your not careful and refilling is not straight forward either. GL
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*CurbCrawler fabricated hidden front receiver.
*CurbCrawler fabricated Hi-Lift receiver mount.
*CurbCrawler fabricated SS dual battery tray & Walmart Battery.
*CurbCrawler fabricated 4-Gauge dash pod.
*CurbCrawler fabricated Aux fuse/relay panel.
Gibson cat-back exhaust (Dyno Proven)
Complete set of aluminum skid plates.
Receiver mounted 9k-lb rear winch.
Hayden trans cooler w/electric fan.
Factory rock rails.
LED fog & backup lights.
Husky mats: front, center & rear.