2005 Camry - Rough Shifting

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Old 14 Oct 2004, 04:55 pm   #1 (permalink)
smkcamry
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Default 2005 Camry - Rough Shifting

Just purchased my first Toyota. Seems like my Camry shifts a bit rougher
than other vehicles I've owned. Also, when I get around 30 - 40 mph, it
can't make up its mind which gear it wants. I'm taking it in for the 1000
mile check-up and wondering if this is something that can be adjusted. Any
thoughts?

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Old 14 Oct 2004, 10:45 pm   #2 (permalink)
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smkcamry wrote:
> Just purchased my first Toyota. Seems like my Camry shifts a bit
> rougher than other vehicles I've owned. Also, when I get around 30 -
> 40 mph, it can't make up its mind which gear it wants. I'm taking it
> in for the 1000 mile check-up and wondering if this is something that
> can be adjusted. Any thoughts?



Try locking out OD below 45 mph.
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Old 15 Oct 2004, 07:38 am   #3 (permalink)
Daniel M. Dreifus
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"smkcamry" <illinikess4@nospam.msn.com> wrote in message news:<8cc8f65b9ec2fda00f317dca8818427c@localhost.t alkaboutautos.com>...
> Just purchased my first Toyota. Seems like my Camry shifts a bit rougher
> than other vehicles I've owned.


Could be someone drove it harder than you're accustomed to.
The transmission intelligently adjusts to driving style.
Heard this complaint once before after someone receiving the car back
from his teenage son.
If you do a lot of hard acceleration, the transmission will respond
with firmer shifts, and conversely, with more gentle driving over
time, you'll get smoother shifts.
I've got the older "non-intelligent" shifting, so if I want a more
agressive pattern I push a button, release the button and it
immediately goes away, rather than the newer continuous adjustment.
Could be something else with yours, but this is possible.
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