Hi I just change my 2006 toyota corolla transmission fluid?

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Old 04 Apr 2014, 01:25 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default Hi I just change my 2006 toyota corolla transmission fluid?

After change the transmission fluid I can't start up my car. I don't know what happen to it?
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Old 04 Apr 2014, 01:40 am   #2 (permalink)
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Will the engine turn over at all?































Did you accidentally pour the transmission fluid into the oil fill or oil dipstick instead of the transmission dipstick?
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Old 04 Apr 2014, 01:54 am   #3 (permalink)
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The only thing you need to look for is sensors being broken or unplugged. Changing the fluid won't cause it not to start, even if you poured it into the wrong place it would still start. Rule that out and look for other possible causes.
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Old 04 Apr 2014, 02:10 am   #4 (permalink)
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This is nothing actually to do with the fluid but it does need a toyota dealer to do such a change.















as the diagnostics tester has to be attached to get both the level correct and the fact it has had a oil change.















no longer can it be do it yourself maintenance.
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Old 04 Apr 2014, 02:30 am   #5 (permalink)
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one of the few times i ever give a thumbs down.































@ "DR + Mrs Bears face""as the diagnostics tester has to be attached to get both the level correct and the fact it has had a oil change. no longer can it be do it yourself maintenance"















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if you mean the maint schedule indicator can't be reset unless a tool is used. fine***















but,















why are you telling ppl *actual* fluid changes and level checks can no longer be done by anyone other than the dealer? that's B.S. and there's still a fricken dip stick on these to check trans fluid level.















stop doing that. pls. respect.















checking fluid levels are part of what an owner can do as outlined in the owner manual. sheesh! what everyone should do from time to time. that's how we *care* for our vehicles.















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to the op,















all i can think of is maybe you got close to the connector on the range selector switch. it doubles as a safety start detent switch. insures it doesn't get started in gear. disconnected/partially maybe, she won't start.















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little harsh, sorry. but eh....
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