It sounds just like the throw out bearing is out and not letting the clutches are available contact with every other, or the slave cylinder isn't moving the throw out bearing. Check the cv joints there are two of them, and probably one has been broken for some time and you didnt understand it, and now the other could have eventually damaged. The cv joints join the drivetrain to really flip the wheels. I doubt its a linkage drawback due to the fact most of the time normal trannys don't have any linkage, they're linked immediately under the shifter. If its interior it could be a quantity of things, like the clutches which i doubt seeing that you might have observed them going out. See if that you can put the auto in gear while its no longer strolling and notice if that you could push the car, it will have to now not transfer if yur lucky. And if does move then its frequently the cv joints are broken and is letting the car move freely even though its in apparatus. The cv joints are like little power shafts on every of the front wheels assemblies to make it transfer, and the cv terminology approach ''regular velocity''