Question about 1987 Toyota Pickup
Sounds like you have low fluid levels in the transmission. I bet that when you do get a shift it really clonks into gear. Too much of that will rip the input shaft off on the splined end. Check the fluid dipstick for the transmission (not the one for the engine oil) and if low top it up to just short of the maximum. Do not use engine oil to top up it needs proper transmission fluid. If the fluid is low check that there are no drips coming from any leaks..sometimes leaks occur around the seal where the speed sender cable enters the transmission casing.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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