Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
Trans does not shift on its own I have to start in low and manually shift through the gears When I come to a stop does not down shift
You could try servicing the trans (change the oil and filter) dirty fluid can couse this kind of problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: transmission problem
The transmission is most likely going out, you need to have it serviced and checked for metal shaving in the pan, if thats present you might need the transmission serviced or buy Synthetic Transmission Fluid to put into it which can help restore it somewhat, but a rebuild kit might solve your problem
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
SOURCE: automatic trans stuck in low
first a black thick cable connects between acclerator control and the straight to the gearbox.[yoou can find it easily].just put less force and pull towards you[just a inch,holding top end in your hand] and release back to normal.if you cant then you have to clean the cable.secondly,clean the filter in the automatic gearbox...it can be doneby petrol and dry with blower.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
yep, sounds like your transmissions on its last leg, mabye you can get by, by starting in 2nd, if you have the option lol, but auto tran's are pretty cheap on ebay or try www.supraforums.com seen one for 300$
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Usually burnt and discolored ATF mean pump or torque converter not doing there job or bands and clutches are worn. Shift solinoid or a pressure problem is the problem with 2nd and 3rd gear, Take it to a transmission shop and have them look it over but like I said earlierdiscolored ATF could mean a rebuild.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
The Corolla gearbox has a longer tailshaft than the Starlet and the gearstick is in a different place, you may be able to fit with a modified driveshaft and a new hole in the floor , the starlet 5 speeds were a little fragile and prone to doing bearings. I would recommend rebuilding the one you have as it will probably be less hassle and cheaper.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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