My clutch was slipping and so had 30,000 mile done and new ceramic clutch put in. Back from shop and I can not down shift from 2nd to first unless at dead stop otherwise grinds and can not get into gear. Help my mechanic is in over his head says I have to live with "minor" problem. He said got all air out of line.
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The clutch likely needs to be replaced.
Its a hydraulic system if somehow air got into the system it wouldn't shift to good but the clutch wouldn't slip because that would create a disengage problem..
Clutch slip is not engaging but would cause some shifting issues do to grab then slip condition.
How many miles are on the clutch.
You don't have 5 speeds
You have 4 speeds and converter lock-up
Fluid Changes are good and are done every
30,000 miles,not more than that on any vehicle
Fluid only cools and lubes,doesn't repair thing
if it slips,new fluid makes it worse
What you do is go to a trans shop and have
them check the cable adjustment from the
trans to the throttle.
And have them understand the issues and road
test with you in the truck
those trany are none for problems. first is to check your fluid level if its good then to the trany shop it goes, you can try having the trany fluid flush if it hasnt been done every 30,000 miles.if not then you may need a rebuild.
Not totally disengaging, not properly installed, poorly aligned shift fork. What makes you feel its "burned out"? once taken apart the condtion of the clutch will indicate with wear patterns what truly happened. "riding" the clutch would also do so.
Hi. It is not over for the transmission. But it is for the clutch system inside. Yes, the automatic transmissions got clutch(es) inside as well, they just work with the principle of centrifugal force. Once 1st gear reaches max rev, 2nd gear engages due to the mechanical energy generated inside, so forth and so on, ergo moving gears back and forth depending on speed. The trans repair costs for this camry should be around $500-$800 plus the ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid). This repair, plus the adequate ATF, most preferably toyota ATF, will give your transmission life another 120,000 miles when 30,000 mile checks are made on time. Hope this will help.