Question about 1977 Toyota Celica 1.6
1977 Toyota Celica GT Manual transmission only goes 35 mph? Could it be the transmission, sensor, converter, or carburetor problem?
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Posted on Dec 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Automatic transmission are complex systems. The shifting of gears is based on a number of things like bands, speed, acceleration, deceleration, manifold back pressure, RPMs, temperature, etc.
Sometimes the electrical ground connection for the transmission can become corroded which causes poor shifting.
Since you are getting an error code, you should get a readout for it. Many auto supply store like Advance Auto will loan a meter for you to get a readout. Call up some stores to find one.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
There is a knob beside the headlights under the hood, fairly good sized, looks like rubber and you can manually turn down your headlights. That happened to my 86 Supra last year and the sync was just off and once I turned them down they started working perfectly. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
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