I have a 93 Camry with 88,000 KM (Approx 50,000 mile) on it.,he car is a
cream-puff but in the past two weeks the vehicle would not go into
reverseabout 20% of the time The trans oil was changed at the 66,000 km
mark -30,000 miles and the color and look of it is fine.. The rest of the
shifting works just fine. I just took it to my local transmission shop where
I trust the quality and the honesty of the owner and staff.
He just told me that the clutches are more than likely the problem and it is
big $$$$ to repair. Once it is apart I will know and see the actual
My question is; as this vehicle is just barely broken in after 12 years of
easy driving is thereany come back to going to Toyota to help pay the repair
bill if it is a whopper? Has anyone had any luck getting compensation on a
low mileage older car such as this. I am the 2nd owner by the way and with
this exception th ecar has always been servicd at a Toyota Dealer - I just
don't like the local guy where I live.
Thanks for any help
"m Ransley" wrote in message
> When is the last time your oil and filter were changed, Is there a
> reverse linkage that may be loose? It Happened to me once, oil was clean
> but a new filter and oil fixed it.
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