Question about 1994 Toyota Celica
Not to panic as it is not the box
because you have 2 cables for the gear selection they have to be adjusted correctly to enable gear selection
one cable will position the selector for in the gate in line with a shift rail and the other will move the rail
after a box replacement ,it is very possible that the adjustment has mover or a cable has stretch or started to fail causing your problems
any accredited transmission shop with experience on your make of vehicle should be able to adjust or replace the faulty cable
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yup it's called a weep hole and yes it's days are numbered. But if you're like most folks (well, like me anyway) you may need to make that number a little larger.
The same thing happened to the water pump on my Jeep and I didn't have enough 'petty cash' to replace it right away. I also got tired of filling the radiator before every trip.
So I addressed the symptom not the cause. I plugged the weep hole.
I made sure the hole was dry and used JBWeld (a two part epoxy for metal) to plug it. It lasted another 8 months before the shaft started leaking. Worked so well I forgot it was a problem.
Don't know why it wouldn't work for you.
Good luck with it.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Testimonial: "yep petty cash low or gone , thanx 4 the info "
Could be a long list of things.
Its too late for a filter change. Doing that now would probably make matters worse.
The trans uses electric solenoids and a pump to apply pressure to the clutches. So either could be faulty given the age and mileage.
I'm not sure if the shifting problem is connected to the shift indicator lights problem.
You may need to take it to a trans shop to find out for sure. And they will not want to touch it with that many miles on it.
A regular mechanic might be able to do a pressure test on it to at least find out if it is the pump or not.
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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