Question about 2004 Toyota Highlander
The defect is in the transmission - most likely the clutch disks for the Reverse are worn out and slipping. But you should also have the valve assembly tested, a solenoid might be clogged or faulty.
In either way the transmission must come off the truck and be dismantled, and this will be expensive and time consuming.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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