I gave it some thought. To have no drive to the wheels can come from a few places. Failed flex plate, that would make noise. Loss of the 3 bolts holding the flex plate to the torque converter. No noise, no drive, nothing. Failed torque converter, you should still have some power transfer. Failed transfer chain, you have two of them, and there should have been some noise. don't see this happening unless you were really beating on it. Snapped input shaft. Possible, but not something I would expect unless you were beating on it. I don't see anything else causing a total loss of drive in all gears. I would remove the inspection cover and check the flex plate. If the input shaft failed, the torque converter is likely gone.
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