Question about 1993 Toyota Camry V6
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when the check engine light comes on, your car goes into a mode where instead of everything being normal, things are forced, to try and compensate for something else being wrong. It most likely does need a new timing belt, and a complete tuneup INCLUDING plugs and wires. we have a 1984 toyota corolla and it purrs like ground rice, I suggest the tuneup to continue proper rice production.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
I assume you are saying it is late to shift. There is what is called a Throttle Valve ( TV) cable that goes from the engine to the transmission. If this cable is out of adjustment, or too tight, it will cause this problem. While you are at it check for vaccuum leaks on the hose from the engine to the tranmission. A problem here will cause a harsh shift, but necessarryly late shift
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
If the shift console is on floor then look for bolts holding it down. Take out bolts and then you can maneuver console so you can see where light is plugged in and get the right light to replace it. It will probably be a small light which tend to cost a bit more, but at least you'll have the light back.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
the box has to come out im afraid,but do not replace the gear,just the baulk ring,as a matter of interest we used to take out the whole engine/ transmision as a unit (easier to work with on a stand.)
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
Bit of a long shot, but check the output of the throttle position sensor with a multimeter.
Also, check that the low range switch isn't continually reporting that you are in low range. The gearbox computer adopts a VERY harsh shift pattern in low range, holding gears until approx. 3500 RPM and even then producing very hard shifts.
Try unplugging the connector that carries the low range sense signal from the transfer box under the vehicle and see if that makes a difference.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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