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Toyota corolla manual failing to engage the gears

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You could need a clutche. Or a slave cylinder

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

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Possible clutch plate worn out. Check for fluid leaking from slave cylinder. Of not. Have someone push pedal and look for movement on actuator. If it moves you will probably need a clutch

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the lube filling bolt should be at the front of the gear box half way up

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Normal reason for this because car is low on automatic transmisson fluid

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That does sound like a linkage adjustment problem.

If that does not work, I'd try a fluid change and filter. But your diagnostics with pulling on the gear shifter is a pretty good indication of a linkage problem.

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SOURCE: vault on automatic gear box on toyota estima enima

2.2td estima enima,the auto gearbox stopt change gear from 3 to 4,can somebody help me please?

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