’88 Camry All Trac gets stuck in 4 wheel drive...

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Old 22 Mar 2005, 11:59 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default ’88 Camry All Trac gets stuck in 4 wheel drive...

’88 Camry 2.0 liter All Trac.

I also have a problem with the 4 wheel drive system. When I push the
button to engage the rear wheels, the system works great, except when
I am done, it will not disengage. Suggestions from friends were to:
try it on snow, loose gravel, etc. but still wouldn’t disengage. A
friend showed me how to disengage it by jerking the car with quick
bursts on accelerator pedal, but I don’t like that method--seems
likely to cause other problems. I would only use the All Trac system
a few times a year, so it is not worth a major repair. I can just use
front wheel drive. However, I have checked out several different
manuals (including Toyota) and they do not describe how the
engage/disengage system works.

Anybody know this system or experience a similar problem?

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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