Question about 1983 Toyota Pickup
There are many things that can cause the tranny to not shift properly and Vacume is one of them.
low on fluid
dirty/used tranny fliud
worn transmission bands
valve body malfunction on the tranny
here are 90% of them. You just need to start with the basics first like tranny fluid and fliter. drop the pan and see whats there. If you have metal shavings its the bands or gears. while you have it apart remove the valve body and put a rebuild kit on it. If the valve body id gunked or leaking you can have much of the same issues.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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