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I drove my 98 4 cilinder toyota camry today fro the first time since i resealed the oil pump, changed the timing belt, water pump, and all tensioner pulleys. it doesn't seem to be going into gear properly. especially climbing a hill.

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If the timing belt is off ,just a little,this may be the problem,engine timing will effect the auto transmission on performance,and I assume it is a automatic?Explain more if needed,please.

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I ASSUME you have a 4 cylinder engine? The crank will have a mark to line it up pn TDC. The cam gear will have a small hole, line it up to the 12 o'clock position and there is a small dot on the end of the head that it will line up to when you look through that small hole. Be sure to proplerly tension the timing belt. Its a good idea to reseal the cam, crank and oil pump seals while the engine is apart.

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