1991 Camry No Reverse

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Old 04 Jan 2005, 07:56 am   #1 (permalink)
Ribbet4
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Default 1991 Camry No Reverse

I handed my 1991 4 cylinder automatic Camry down to my daughter. Last night
she lost reverse. There is fluid in the transmission. Any easy fixes? Any
idea what it might cost to have a local fix the transmission?


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Old 04 Jan 2005, 06:37 pm   #2 (permalink)
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On Tue, 04 Jan 2005 08:56:11 -0500, Ribbet4 wrote:

> I handed my 1991 4 cylinder automatic Camry down to my daughter. Last night
> she lost reverse. There is fluid in the transmission. Any easy fixes? Any
> idea what it might cost to have a local fix the transmission?


Oooooo. I believe Reverse is MECHANICAL only, no ECT involved...

Could be something simple, but if you check with Cottman, I bet it'll be
$1200. (ALL their estimates are $1200!!!!)
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Old 05 Jan 2005, 03:57 am   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: 1991 Camry No Reverse

It's possible the put it in reverse or drive before the car stopped moving
in the opposite direction. That can mess things up quick. You can try
putting in a used trans for less money but it's gonna hurt your pocket
anyway.

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> I handed my 1991 4 cylinder automatic Camry down to my daughter. Last

night
> she lost reverse. There is fluid in the transmission. Any easy fixes?

Any
> idea what it might cost to have a local fix the transmission?
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