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Car just stopped..transmission fluid?

1990 toyota corolla...running perfect for 5 years with the usual maintenance of tyres, timing belt, muffler etc done. it just stopeed running on the highway and had to be towed. we got the brake buster and pump changed to no avail. someone has said it might be the transmission fluid. where can i check for it and how?

plssss help as this is the only car i have!!!

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  • tarangini200 Oct 25, 2008

    thanks for the response. the engine is running perfectly at a single turn of weird noises or anything. its the wheels that refuse to move. when this problem occured i was driving on the freeway and suddenly it kind of lurched (as if i was braking and releasing) and i pulled over. when i tried drining again it went about a 50-100 feet and then it lurched again and i could feel as if there was a dead weight under teh carriage dragging it. Since it is such an old car we just want to make sure if its something we can afford to get repaired if we tow it to the repair shop.

    the mechanic who came by to see said it was the brake buster and we trusted him and spent 150 bucks chnaging it. nothing changed!! now he says it can be the differential...or anything else!!!



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Remove a sparkplug and check for spark. My guess is that the engine is not running?? If no spark, check the fuses, if ok, check the ignition wiring. More than likely you will find a wire has fallen off.
Do Not replace any parts unless they are faulty!
You do have spark, then it will be a fuel prob. I believe this car still uses a carb, not fuel injected. If so, the float valve can get stuck causing the engine to get flooded. Remove the breather, turn the throttle by hand, there should be gas squirting into the throat of the carb. If yes, then the valve is stuck. A cheap fix is to add half a cup of auto trans to the fuel. It should start if you hold the choke open with a screwdriver. Do Not Pump the gas peddle!! After about 5 minutes, take it for a drive! Enjoy Frankster016

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