1993 camry v6 gx auto, uk spec

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Old 23 Aug 2006, 05:50 am   #1 (permalink)
jamiegawler
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Default 1993 camry v6 gx auto, uk spec

hi
i am a brit in need of help. i just bought 1993 109k camry auto.
it wont kick down! all else is fine. it will rev in low in 1 st gear
to the red line, but in auto it will not kick down at all. i
wondering if its a knackered gearbox. ecu or what!! help...
jamie in london

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Old 23 Aug 2006, 07:37 pm   #2 (permalink)
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jamiegawler wrote:
> hi
> i am a brit in need of help. i just bought 1993 109k camry auto.
> it wont kick down! all else is fine. it will rev in low in 1 st gear
> to the red line, but in auto it will not kick down at all. i
> wondering if its a knackered gearbox. ecu or what!! help...
> jamie in london

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On the 4 cylinder there is a second cable at the throttle body that
runs down to the transaxle and assists in downshifting.
Make sure yours in connected and adjusted properly.
http://www.turboninjas.com/camry/
Adjust it to have slight freeplay. You should find more precise
instructions in the manual.
While you're doing all this, I would first pin the gas pedal to the
floor and adjust out any freeplay at wide open throttle, then adjust
the transmission cable if needed.

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