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98 toyota corolla automatic transmission stops working when after warnup

98 toyota corolla automatic transmission stops supplying power to front wheels in any gear even reverse after engine warn up. This problem had happened after I attempting to drive up an ice covered road and over raced the engine in 2nd gear. The Check Engine lamp came on after. Then the car would not move when engaged into drive or any other gears. Transmission fluid level is okay. Please Help!

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Get the code pulled from the cars computer. It will tell you why the check engine light came on.

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Change your fluid and filter and see if that helps,and put a can of lucas in it

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It should still be under warrenty Take it to the shop for repairs It is a transmisson problem but many things can cause the transmisson not to shift correctly. Call your service department and ask if you should drive it in or have it towed and do not drive till you have it figured out. If you have a warrenty and continue to drive it will void your warrenty.

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You need to change out the tranny fluid completly and change out the filter as well. The pump in the tranny seems weak and the fluid may be getting dirty and heavier and harder to pump.

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I also have a 97 3.5 intrepid and it is also stuck in 2nd gear which sounds just like this "limp mode" that has been discussed BUT I had both speed sensors changed n the side if the ****** but it's still doing the same thing, after having those put in is there any kind of resetting I need to do or something because if not those sensors didn't fix it! I am a widowed mother and I have no one to steer m in the right direction o oes anyone have any suggestions for me!

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