1989 Toyota Camry transmission problem.

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Old 14 Apr 2009, 11:58 pm   #1 (permalink)
btokfans
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Default 1989 Toyota Camry transmission problem.

It won't down shift to 1st gear and OD light flashing. Please I need some
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Old 15 Apr 2009, 11:51 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1989 Toyota Camry transmission problem.

You have either the Aisin A140E or A140L transmission. If the OD light
is flashing, my guess maybe the A140E?? Not sure.

If so the ECU detected a fault in the transmission. Could be a
solenoid problem that prevented the correct clutch pack/brake band
from engaging the 1st gear. Check Autozone's free online repair guide
on how to pull trouble codes. Or visit Autozone, they may be able to
help for free, at least for later OBD/OBD-II cars.


On Apr 14, 9:58*pm, "btokfans" <btokf...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> It won't down shift to 1st gear and OD light flashing. Please I need some
> advise.


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Old 16 Apr 2009, 09:09 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1989 Toyota Camry transmission problem.

On Apr 14, 11:58*pm, "btokfans" <btokf...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> It won't down shift to 1st gear and OD light flashing. Please I need some
> advise.


How often do you change the oil, I mean its only Twenty Plus, years
old. JD is right, but ive changed new oil with maybe 1000 on it when
things went funny and it helped. There is a filter, have you ever done
the differential just behind the trans?
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