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when engine light is on pls go to nearest autozone and scan the car its free.and let us know whats the code.
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I don't think overheating of the engine has much to do with the transmission, either automatic or manual. If you have an automatic transmission, did you check the fluid? Sometimes low fluid stops certain gears from changing, as the torque converter doesn't have enough fluid to pressurize the servos to engage the clutches.
When synchros go bad they will NOT cause a vibration. They will make a kerchunk noise when you try to shift to that gear. I know. I rebuilt my transmission (Type: W59) because of bad synchros in 2nd gear.
I would look for bad U-Joints, or a bad carrier bearing. This could also happen if you went to a tire size larger than 31x10.5. The 2.7L 3RZ doesn't produce enough HP to run 33's. It will bog down on a hill in 3rd. You could also have some bad half-shafts up front. If you keep the hubs locked they may be dragging you down.
get your codes first. as three things in your transmission can go wrong.the pressure sensor.the governor pressure sensor is failing.and your filter in the box very dirty and needing changed .so get the codes first cheaper.
This button only makes the gearbox change from 3rd to 4th or 4th to 3rd, will not down shift in any other gear, make sure it is in 4th gear, usually above 60km, than press o/d off it should go into 3rd gear, if it does not than see a automatic specialist, it is usually a sensor, if you go to Toyota they will charge you a fair bit.
No 3rd or 4th gear: “3-4” clutches are worn out. R&R. The car is safe to drive (in 2) until you can get it fixed.
Trans shifts into gear harshly, car feels sluggish off the line, No
1st, 4th or TCC lockup available, Manual 2nd, 3rd and Reverse are only
available gears, CEL is on: Transmission is either in limp-home mode or
has lost electrical power. If there are lots of error codes in the PCM,
check the under hood fuse that powers the transmission, and if it pops
again, look for a short in that circuit like an O2 sensor harness
touching exhaust. Otherwise, check PCM codes for a particular fault in
the transmission causing the PCM to put it in limp-home mode.
No 1st or 4th available; trans shifts 2nd to 3rd by itself in D or OD
and locks the converter : Shift A solenoid failed. Easy fix in the pan.
Or a wiring problem from PCM to trans.. or PCM.
Check to see if your transmission is in the limp mode, which would only give you 2nd, 3rd and reverse gears. No 1st or 4th gear.
This might be because of the gear box problem. By any chance, did your car face flooding? In such cases, please drain the gear box and replace it with new gear fluids. Also, check if you go in low speeds, you might be able to engage it with ease. Please come back to me if you feel this doesnt solve your issue.
I have a s40 1.9d / 2000 plate,
In the last month or so the car loses revs when changing up to 3rd and 4th gear, I can only get 50 mph max in 3rd gear 80mp in 4th.
The car has just clocked 185,000 miles
Its a great car but a pai at the moment, I've had a service including fuel fillter change added fuel cleaners to the deilsel all to no avail