2002 camry v6 transmission

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Old 17 Aug 2009, 03:22 pm   #1 (permalink)
adalharp
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I a have 2002 camry v6 transmission. I am not sure this is normal.

when my car is cold and i shift into drive (parking brake on or off)
with my foot firmly on the brake pedal my car lunges/jerks forward.

the brakes stop the car rolling but the jerk is uncomfortable.

my car doesn't do the same thing when putting into reverse

it is a lot less noticeable when the car is warm.

any ideas?
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Old 17 Aug 2009, 04:30 pm   #2 (permalink)
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adalharp wrote:
> I a have 2002 camry v6 transmission. I am not sure this is normal.
>
> when my car is cold and i shift into drive (parking brake on or off)
> with my foot firmly on the brake pedal my car lunges/jerks forward.
>
> the brakes stop the car rolling but the jerk is uncomfortable.
>
> my car doesn't do the same thing when putting into reverse
>
> it is a lot less noticeable when the car is warm.
>
> any ideas?


I have seen this before. Typically it's accompanied by a delay when
going into drive. Check your transmission fluid level.
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Old 17 Aug 2009, 05:07 pm   #3 (permalink)
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"adalharp" <b.prahlada@lycos.com> wrote in message
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>I a have 2002 camry v6 transmission. I am not sure this is normal.
>
> when my car is cold and i shift into drive (parking brake on or off)
> with my foot firmly on the brake pedal my car lunges/jerks forward.
>
> the brakes stop the car rolling but the jerk is uncomfortable.
>
> my car doesn't do the same thing when putting into reverse
>
> it is a lot less noticeable when the car is warm.
>
> any ideas?


I've seen this in older transmissions. Basically it can due to the
transmission adjustments being out, or wear. Are these trans adjustable?
They'd have to be. If its an oil-pressure problem (too high) then you would
think it would happen in reverse.

Get it serviced.
Jason


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Old 17 Aug 2009, 11:38 pm   #4 (permalink)
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adalharp wrote:
> I a have 2002 camry v6 transmission. I am not sure this is normal.
>
> when my car is cold and i shift into drive (parking brake on or off)
> with my foot firmly on the brake pedal my car lunges/jerks forward.
>
> the brakes stop the car rolling but the jerk is uncomfortable.
>
> my car doesn't do the same thing when putting into reverse
>
> it is a lot less noticeable when the car is warm.
>
> any ideas?


You should also make sure that the jerk isn't your engine rocking on a
broken engine mount. Check your mounts to make sure they're still OK.
Check your fluid level first.
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Old 17 Aug 2009, 11:54 pm   #5 (permalink)
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adalharp wrote:
> I a have 2002 camry v6 transmission. I am not sure this is normal.
>
> when my car is cold and i shift into drive (parking brake on or off)
> with my foot firmly on the brake pedal my car lunges/jerks forward.
>
> the brakes stop the car rolling but the jerk is uncomfortable.
>
> my car doesn't do the same thing when putting into reverse
>
> it is a lot less noticeable when the car is warm.
>
> any ideas?



When the engine is cold the idle is set higher, and that produces
the 'jerk'. It is normal if not excessive. If you want to avoid it, make
sure you have a clear path in front of you and remove your foot from the
brake as you shift into Drive.
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 12:16 am   #6 (permalink)
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It's a 4-speed U140E transmission. Personally I think the entire U-
series stinks.

Did this just started or was it doing the same when new? As others
said, it could be bad engine mounts or high idle RPMs as mentioned. I
hope the transmission isn't crapping out its internals like in Lexus
RX of those years (U140E, F).

Generally when you encounter a problem ATF condition and level is
checked first. Then consider drain/refill with new ATF to the proper
level. You may want to consider getting the strainer replaced and wipe
the pan clean. Find reference for a good mechanic or a mechanically
inclined friend who knows what he's doing.

New formulation of Mobil-1 ATF is compatible with T-IV, which is also
made by Mobil, called Mobil-3309.



On Aug 17, 1:22*pm, adalharp <b.prahl...@lycos.com> wrote:
> I *a have 2002 camry v6 transmission. *I am not sure this is normal.
>
> when my car is cold and i shift into drive (parking brake on or off)
> with my foot firmly on the brake pedal my car lunges/jerks forward.
>
> the brakes stop the car rolling but the jerk is uncomfortable.
>
> my car doesn't do the same thing when putting into reverse
>
> it is a lot less noticeable when the car is warm.
>
> any ideas?


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Old 18 Aug 2009, 09:38 am   #7 (permalink)
adalharp
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Default Re: 2002 camry v6 transmission

Thanks Guys for response.

1. Dealer did Calibration of line pressue.
2. Transmission flushed by dealer.

I forgot to mention in downhill parking the car move forward more than
my 95 Camry. Not so much in up hill parking to downside.

This is still happening. I will check with dealer about "strainer
replaced and wipe the pan clean".

if Engine mount is broken it will jerk in case of acceration too. This
has happened in my 95 camry when front engine mount broke. Please
correct me if I am incorrect.

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Old 18 Aug 2009, 03:05 pm   #8 (permalink)
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adalharp wrote:
> Thanks Guys for response.


> if Engine mount is broken it will jerk in case of acceration too. This
> has happened in my 95 camry when front engine mount broke. Please
> correct me if I am incorrect.
>


This is a good question. My guess is that you'd get different things
going on depending on which mount fails. Did you check your fluid level?
Please read your manual if you're unclear on how to do this.
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 03:40 pm   #9 (permalink)
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On Aug 18, 4:05*pm, dsi1 <d...@humuhumunukunukuapuapa.org> wrote:
> adalharp wrote:
> > Thanks Guys for response.
> > if Engine mount is broken it will jerk in case of acceration too. This
> > has happened in my 95 camry when front engine mount broke. *Please
> > correct me if I am incorrect.

>
> This is a good question. My guess is that you'd get different things
> going on depending on which mount fails. Did you check your fluid level?
> Please read your manual if you're unclear on how to do this.


Yes, Fluid level is good and Fushed recently
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Old 18 Aug 2009, 07:28 pm   #10 (permalink)
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Did this problem occur after you flushed it recently??



On Aug 18, 1:40*pm, adalharp <b.prahl...@lycos.com> wrote:

> Yes, Fluid level is good and Fushed recently


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