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Do i half to pull the motor and transmission together on my 99 camry solara in order to replace the clutch or can i pull just the tranny thanks joe

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No the transmission will come out it is a big job god luck

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Yes. plus cvc joints and some suspension parts

Posted on Jul 23, 2010

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Shift solonoid e e is for external it the one on top of trans two screws and a plug on top it not on top Marc is correct I think I looked up camry and not solara thank you


First, check your information on the location of the shift solenoid in the Camry Solara. It is like most cars on the road. The shift solenoid is located under the drain pan cover on the valve body wall (the valve body faces the drain pan cover. To access it, you will have to do this:

  • Wait until the transmission is cool and the fluid has settled
  • Drain the transmission fluid (depending on brand automatics have up to 9.5 quarters of automatic transmission fluid in them so you can see the necessity of draining it first. Instead of having a rush of tranny fluid gushing out at you, you are only facing about one quart)
  • Place a bucket under the transmission drain pan cover
  • Loosen the 14 bolts along the cover flange
  • Gently place the transmission pan cover into the bucket
  • Let the quart or so that is left in the transmission drain out
  • Look at the valve body, just revealed by the removal of the fluid and cover
  • Locate the solenoid on the upper right of the valve body
  • Replace the right-hand one first

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Replace clutch


Disconnect wires and sensors from above (under the hood). Raise car. Disconnect wires and sensors underneath the car. Support the engine and transmission. Loosen or disconnect some motor mounts. Remove the bolts that hold the engine and transmission together. Remove bolts that attach clutch to flywheel. Seperate engine and tranny. Remove clutch. Installation in reverse.

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Misfire 99 solara


why?
you felt it , or the scan tool told you? or both?
misfire, means.:
that cylinder had very weak power .
takes 3 things to have strong power,
compression at spec. spark and fuel ratio correct.
1,2,3 any can fail, and in that order. order matters.
if this is a scan tool error, DTC, post the codes, or we fail.

Jan 21, 2014 | 2000 Toyota Camry Solara

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Diagnostic Trouble Code P1705


Code 1705 is brand specific, for Toyota it is for a problem with a clutch sensor inside the transmission.
The sensor would need to be tested by a mechanic or someone with the tools and diagnostic info.

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First drain all fluids, remove all wiring, hoses, tie rod ends, controll arms, shafts, i recommend removing the transmission but you dont have to it just makes things easier. after all electrical and hardware has been disconnected from the engine you can put your engine hoist under the motor snug and remove the motor mounts, pull the motor out and your done. good luck

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1999 Camry Solara: the clutch stays pressed all the way down on its o...


Hello, and welcome to FixYa. Please allow me to assist you.

I had the exact same problem in my V6 Camry. The problem turned out to be bad clutch hydraulic cylinders. I replaced the clutch master cylinder (on the firewall) and the clutch slave cylinder (on the transaxlwe), the problem was eliminated.

Replace your clutch hydraulic cylinders, and you will be fixed right up.

Thanks for choosing FixYa for assistance today.

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Pull the cv axles, starter disconnect all likages to the tranny, remove all bellhousing bolts, Then support the tranny, remove all tranny mounts, lower and separate. Be ready to take BATH as the Thick Gooey tranny fluid WILL come out where the axles go. You could drain the tranny first step. Supprt the engine from above so not to tear up motor mounts. Then you can start to do the Clutch. If you have never done this before. Count on a weekend. And don't take 2 weeks to do it. Have the Flywheel resurfaced before putting back together. Do it once and do it right. Replace the rear main seal and Transmission seals while you have it apart. Trust me on this.

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How replace transmission seal, gasket and filter


If you can pull and replace your trans yourself, you can get your drive axle seals, main seal, filter and gasket for $100.00 or less.

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