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My Toyota corolla transmission jerks when shifting from first gear to second

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SOURCE: 2005 Toyota Corolla with 36,000 miles Transmission now "jumps" into gears

hi,
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.

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stormbrewin
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SOURCE: Toyota Camry Automatic Transmission Jerking Shift

Not likely to be the clutch pack as you dont mention slipping wich is the normal sign of overheated or worn clutch bands.Not sure with your vehicle but 2 methods that control the shift severity are engine vacuum or pump pressure inside the auto. so check balls are a possibility. They are spring loaded to open at a set pressure,or close.Could you check to see if its a vacuum controled and if so its a lot easier to fix as the vacuum control should be outside the trans.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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your transmission has possibly been rebuilt with stronger springs put in. No worries. have been running mine for along while without any problems. Better this than slipping, but it is a bit annoying.

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Shifts hard and jerks under hard acceleration.

thottle positioning sensor? if trans has overdrive could be a lock up piece, dont remember name of it. there is a lucas oil product that might help. if it is the overdrive.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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I have a toyota corolla 4A engene it jerks wen lm in gear number 1,2,3,4,5, wen l put fuel pad l change the fuel pump,fuel filter,plugs bt nothing changed


Get the transmission properly diagnosed by a shop that tests the pressures in the transmission. They can tell you if it is clutch packs or which drums have bad seals. Or you have a bad planetary gears which cause clunking also. Double check the speedo gear it is made out of plastic and if worn the computer cannot tell what speed it should be shifting. Does the car still shift good with manual operation from gear to gear from you? If so the problem will be that speedo gear.

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After checking the easy stuff first like low oil level, if it is high RPM(revs) & shifts hard(lurch when it does shift) then I am thinking the transmission filter & oil need to be changed. The transmission filter acts as a suction screen on an automatic transmission & as it collects contaminants to protect the inner workings of the transmission, it becomes plugged which greatly affects the ability to shift especially the high gears at faster acceleration.

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check the level of the transmission fluid while the engine is running.
also has the transmission been "flushed"? a lot of shops just use
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I changed the gear box of my 2007 corolla about 5 months ago. Then I noticed the car jerks or kind of pushes forward whenever i change my gear from park/neutral to drive or reverse. Please what do you...


A delay of more than a second in shifting from the neutral to drive or reverse gear, could mean that there is a problem with the transmission. If on changing from a neutral or park position to the drive or reverse gear, the car does not immediately catch the gear and move forward or backward, then it could mean a problem in the transmission. If you change gears, and you hear a sudden clunk or sudden jolt or shudder, then the shifting is not smooth and there could be a problem with the gearbox. If the engine rpm keeps increasing but there is no increase in the speed, then it could be a sign of the transmission slipping.Most automatic transmission systems, nowadays, have a check engine light or an OD light, which flashes if there is a problem with the engine.

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Toyota corolla 2006 has a grinding noise when shifting in to second gear up shift and downshift the rest of the gears are fine


If this is a manual transmission it sounds as though you have bad synchronizers for the 2nd gear...what I have done in the past is simply do not use that gear whenever possible to avoid unneccesary wear. It is a very costly job to repair this. You are better of driving it carefully as long as you can, make sure anytime you shift the clutch is 100% depressed before you move the shifter as well as while you make the shift into any gear at all. Do not release it until you are 100% into the gear you want as well. Most synchronizers are damaged by not shifting as I have described and/or jamming the shifter into gears when shifting. It is also critical to immediately have your transmission drained and have new gear oil / or transmission fluid added so that you are not cycling around the broken pieces of metal through the transmission. I have driven some cars like this for years and years. If it still works, do not waste you money on a rebuild...simply do what I suggested and drive carefully, avoid second when possible, and change that tranny fluid more often then reccomended,...GOOD LUCK

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2005 Corolla's manual trasmission shifts gears, it clunks


hi mate , sounds like the SPIGOT bearing its a little bearing that allows the gearbox to be at a different seed than the engine flywheel and if this is in bad condition it will take the gearbox front shaft to a higher speed than comfortable for gearshift , in the meantime when you go for 1st or reverse gear just engage a gear like 4th without taking your foot off the clutch and then go for 1st or reverse, this will stop the gearbox spining long enough for a smooth shif, oNLY USE THIS METHOD WHILE STaTIONARY and see a professional when you get time.

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