Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
It's not out of the ordinary,Toyota's break too,and the car is 10 years old now.Have the car scanned for diagnostic trouble codes,as it could possibly be a shift solenoid fault.The solenoids can also be ohms and amps checked to see if in specification.electrically.You might opt to have the solenoids replaced anyways,as that's standard procedure as part of a rebuild.If the solenoids do not fix it,it will likely need a rebuild as the rubber lip seals inside transmissions become hard and brittle with age and hot/cold cycles,and simply do not seal as well as they did 10 years ago when new.So,if in the end run,.it does require a rebuild,at least the solenoids will already be new as like i said,replacing the solenoids is standard procedure as part of a rebuild.Or you could just opt to trade the car in,or sell it.Good luck.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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