I have Toyota Camry Vienta 6v 1993. It has no power when I drive it. I went to a Mechanic and he said 1 solenoid Faulty, or the transmission staying in the 3rd gera. How to solve this probs? Should I chnage whole transmission? Thanks Andy Novera
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it may be a lazy solenoid on the valve body inside the transmission pan. the best way to find out is to get the vehicle diagnosed with an OBD2 scantool. it can look into the information on your transmission and see if there is an electrical issue
after checking fluid level,as per the book,the only reason to be jerky is a harsh driving style(small engine/big car).try stopping,then without using the gas let the car accelerate to top gear,then try 1/2 throttle,again from stop,to see the difference between gear changes......you will see what i mean ..
Just went thru this on my 93 240. There's a solenoid inside the glove box, on the left side that needed replacing, with age it started getting fussy, and one day I had overdrive, and the same afternoon I didn't, then next day it was fine, then it wasn't, and so on...Most annoying driving around in 3rd all day....Anyways, the part was about 75$ at a dealer, and installation was about 5 minutes...Solved the problem just fine...Also have your mechanic check the shift cable....it needed changing at the same time as the solenoid...jda/boston