Question about 1997 Toyota Camry
Probablythe problem is in the bar, which is connecting gear lever with gearbox. There is small metal ring, which usually wears off. It is located on the end by the gearbox.
You can check that easy. If the bar is even a little bit turning or mooving independently from the metal foot, which is coming out of a gearbox than that is your problem.
Cant tell precisely, but its not too expensive or too long to fix it. Maybe some 200 max. and one hour. If you get there without a queue.
That is if you have manual gearbox and its that ring problem. If some other problem, than it can cost more. Maybe it needs adjusting, that is also not too long or expensive.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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