My 1997 Toyota camry has been leaking trans fluid the mechanic said it was just the pan gasket but now it won't go into reverse and the trans is full. What can I do to make it run to trade it in for a new one
. HOW MUCH JUICE DID YOU INSTALL TO GET IT TO "FULL", WHEN IT WOULD NOT REVERSE?
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December, 29, 2013 AT 2:11 PM
Yes it was full when I tried to go into reverse but even in neutral it go forward now
December, 29, 2013 AT 2:26 PM
I WAS SORTA WANTING TO KNOW IF YOU HAD RUN THINGS DRY AND CAUSED PERMANENT DAMAGE
. YOU AND YOUR PAL--ONE IN. ONE OUT. ACTUATE THE SHIFTER INSIDE THE CAR
. SEE IF THE OTHER END AT THE TRANNY IS BROKE/ LOOSE/ COME OUT OF A HOLDER
. THIS MIGHT SORTA BE LIKE THE OLE "PUSH LAWN MOWER" WHEREAS THE THROTTLE CABLE SHROUD IS NO LONGER ANCHORED AND ACTUATING THE HANDLE DOES NOTHING MORE THAN MAKE THE INNER CABLE AND OUTER FLOP AROUND. BETWEEN THE PUSH HANDLE AND THE ENGINE
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December, 29, 2013 AT 5:42 PM
If the vehicle is going forward in neutral, I would recommend checking the shifter linkage. Make sure it is properly attached. Also, has the check engine light come on?
December, 30, 2013 AT 7:16 AM
No it was never empty I checked it every day
December, 30, 2013 AT 5:16 PM
Have you checked the linkage? Has the check engine light come on?