My toyota camry 2000?

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Old 28 Mar 2014, 02:09 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default My toyota camry 2000?

When i put the car in drive and slam the gas to full then RPM goes to 6 and gear changes with a jerk It only happens when i slam the gas to full otherwise it changes normally. why don't it change then gear quickly on slamming the gas to full? I have an automatic transmission.
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Old 28 Mar 2014, 02:24 pm   #2 (permalink)
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check your fluid level
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Old 28 Mar 2014, 02:39 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Old 28 Mar 2014, 02:54 pm   #4 (permalink)
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not sure i understand what's going on. full throttle with less shift overlap/more positive shifting-ie shifts harder, is a good thing. not nice to the vehicle. but more torque would dictate less overlap during shift changes. that keeps things from slipping and loosing ET. a less compareable scenario happens during towing apps.































iffn this has a lot of time between shift changes at WOT-wide open throttle, that is slips a lot and goes up to 6,000 rpm during shift changes, then the trans has likely been abused and things are simply worn due to driving a camry like a race car. respect now. no insult intended. just sayin'.































but hey, do check out "Tony's" reply.















check fluid level, change fluid/filter.















but in th end, this is not a race car. it does not employ alternative manual shift abilities like say on the celica. so it's not really designed for what you're doing.
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