Toyota Camry 2001 having issue with shift to D not in gear until I accelerate the

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Old 02 Apr 2014, 08:55 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Toyota Camry 2001 having issue with shift to D not in gear until I accelerate the

engine. The D shift into gear only on high RPM. Needs help?
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Old 02 Apr 2014, 09:09 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Check your transmission fluid level. If it is good, call a transmission shop for an appointment.
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Old 02 Apr 2014, 09:25 pm   #3 (permalink)
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YEP, fluid is probably low and/or the filter is clogged up if you're lucky.































If you're NOT lucky, the trans is shot.
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Old 02 Apr 2014, 09:40 pm   #4 (permalink)
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leaning towards the other replies.















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ifiin it doesn't do that when selected to any other forward gear, then i'd have a diagnostic tech have a look see. or have trouble codes retrieved. CEL/MIL lit or not.















all i can say at this point, iffin it doesn't happen in reverse, then it's not a torque converter issue.































FYI, this has sol shifting. controlled by the ecu. just sayin, it may not be all that simple as a worn trans/internal.































as mentioned,















basics first though. fluid level check, engine/trans warm, flat ground, in neutral. likely not a fliter issue. that would effect any gear.
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