newish semi automatic toyota changes and gets stuck in neutral?

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Old 19 Apr 2014, 04:55 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default newish semi automatic toyota changes and gets stuck in neutral?

semi automatic toyota (automatically, without touching n)changes and gets stuck in neutral when waiting for a long time at traffic lights or during a traffic jam. It won't go back to 'e' unless you take the key out and start it up again.















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Do you think actually using the 'n' neutral gear whilst waiting will prevent this from happening?
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Old 19 Apr 2014, 05:09 am   #2 (permalink)
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take your car into the dealership and tell them whats happening because this doesnt sound normal
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Old 19 Apr 2014, 05:25 am   #3 (permalink)
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big plus iffin you stated the year/model/engine config.















due to the lack of info,















generically,















does, on the surface, sound like a possible fluid starvation/level issue. engine off, the fluid goes back into the pan.















big guess there. some trans are soleniod/computer controlled.















can't go wrong w/the above reply regarding the dealer. thumbs there.















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EDIT, respect.















steering system is not in play here. this is a trans issue only. or a management issue of it.
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Call a towing company your steering might screw up. Take it to a tire place in Arizona then buy a new car in Iowa and get a 2002 Saturn sr2 and drive that to New York exchange with me. I drive a 2014 corvette! There u go!
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