It wasn't slipping,i was getting ready to backup,put it in reverse,nothing happened,no forward or reverse,changed fluid and filter,no shaving in pan.what else should i check. 1988 jag-xj6-borg warner 66 trans-90,000 miles,fluid wasn't burnt
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is the transmission slipping in all gears? one cheaper thing to try is we all know changing the fluid, but with toyota it must be changed with toyota transmission fluid, not any other fluids that say it will work with toyota. go to dealer and get your fluid. also pick up the tranny filter. i know alot of times it is that simple. if you can do it your self? that would be best. sorry you can not trust to many mechanics out there.
Sounds like your transmission is going bad. If your transmission is slipping only in drive or forward gears, then it could be just that it is low on fluid, but when reverse starts to slip it usually means rebuild/replace transmission.
I believe that reverse is operated by a brake band. So it seems to be stuck. It is operated by a piston, and the seal could have swelled and caused too much friction. But you could loosen up the adjustor so that it is disengaged, in order to get forward gears again. Perhaps you can force the piston to retract as well, once you drop the pan again.