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I only have reverse in my 1997 toyota camry i need

I only have reverse in my 1997 toyota camry . I was told i need to change out the pump and seals in transmission, how?

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It might not be the pump.. If it works in reverse - the pump should be working.. There could be damage to the bands.. It also could be the modulator or electronic components inside the trani..

If you have not done trani work befor - I would avise taking it to a trani shop for diognosis.. Allot of them will give a free estimate..

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