dodge caravan transmissions

my 1987 dodge caravan transmission will only go in reverse. the odc code is 14. help.

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11 1986-88 models, Engine not cranked since battery was disconnected. 11 On 1989 models, no distributor reference during engine cranking. 12 Memory Standby power lost. 13 MAP sensor pneumatic circuit.* 14 MAP sensor electrical circuit.* 15 Vehicle speed/distance sensor. 16 Loss of battery voltage sensor.* 17 Engine running too cool. 21 Oxygen sensor circuit. 22 Coolant temperature sensor circuit.* 23 Throttle body temperature sensor circuit. 24 Throttle position sensor.* 25 AIS motor driven circuit. 26 Peak injector current not reached. 27 On 1986-87 models, internal problem in logic module fuel circuit. 27 On 1988-89 models, fuel injector control problem. 31 Purge solenoid circuit. 32 On 1988-89 Calif. models, EGR diagnosis. 33 A/C cutout relay circuit. 34 On 1988-89 models, speed control solenoid driver circuit. 35 Fan control relay circuit. 37 On 1986-87 models, shift indicator lamp circuit (manual transmissions); Part throttle unlock (automatic transmissions). 37 On 1988-89 models, part throttle unlock solenoid circuit. Code 41 Charging system excess or no field circuit. 41 Charging system excess or no field circuit. 42 ASD relay circuit. 43 Spark interface circuit. 44 On 1986-87 models, battery temperature out of range. 44 On 1988-89 models, loss of FJ2 to logic board. 46 Battery voltage too high.* 47 Battery voltage too low.* 51 Oxygen feedback system stuck at lean position. 52 Oxygen feedback system stuck at rich position. 53 Internal logic module problems. 55 End of message. 62 On 1989 models, EMR mileage accumulation. 63 On 1989 models, fault Code error. 88 Start of test.
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If this is the standard 3 speed all forward gears have the rear clutch in common... Could be very low fluid, the clutch,,, something preventing it from activating (low/no pressure) or hard part failure...
I think I would drop the pan first .. take a look see what's in there.. chunks...glop, bits of metal.... could be something as simple as a plugged filter.. although that usually makes quite a bit of noise.. kind of like a PS pump low on fluid.
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