Question about 1994 Toyota Celica
I have a 94 Import ST202 with 4 speed auto transmission with a faulty speedometer. On the occasions that it works there is no issue with the transmission but then it usually either works for a few minutes then fails, or doesn't work at all.
When it isn't working the transmission starts in 1st and then struggles to change into second. Also, upon stopping it doesn't always change back into 1st. When it behaves like this even with my foot down on the accelerator it only changes at 4000rpm as opposed to around 6800rpm like it used to.
Please can anybody suggest a solution that isn't going to break the bank?
the overdrive button on your automatic transmission is for cruising on the highway basically like having another gear for better economy careful not to use it when your not on the highway because lugging the car in overdrive when its not needed will cause higher fuel consumption other than that you should have no problems just get out on the highway and push and away you go
Posted on May 31, 2009
Yes, I would get the transmission checked it sounds like it maybe getting ready to go out. Take the dipstick out & smell the fluid to see if it smells burnt...Hope this helps..
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
changing your VSS is easy , the hardest part is finding it...look around the housing near your CV axles..the differential in there near there is a 8 or 10mm bolt holding it in witha wire connector on the end...if you pull it out you will see a plastic gear on the end of the sensor.... YOU CAN DO IT!!!!
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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