Toyota corrola 1995

Asked by May 28, 2014 at 11:17 AM about the 1995 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a toyota corrola 1995 and i have a problem with the 3rd gear some times it slips in
with no problems then other times  when i change from 2nd to 3rd it jumps out and have to
do it again and then it take some other times it don't want to and i have to go back to 2nd
and then back into 3rd what could be the problem

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25,675

your tranny is getting old- fortunately, you have a very cool car, it is an icon of reliability- and as such, worth putting money into and keeping forever-

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10,045

Bad sancronizer in trainssmision.

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so i can just take it in and they will be able to fix it ???? don't know much about engines ???(jamnblues)

10,045

Yes it can be fixed,but it will entel pulling transmission and rebiuld it.

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ok +- how much would they charge to fix it and how long does it take ???

10,045

It depends on your mechanic and or dealer mechanic,normal price should average around 800,to 1200

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thanks a lot man, + i have a twin cam corolla 91 16v but wana change my engine to a 20 v u think it is a wise move ???

25,675

Mr. Mario, you say first that you don't know about engines but then you ask a question like boy racer swappin' engine stuff- here's some answers: the Corolla is cool and so is that '91 twin cam- I would just keep them stock, that's the cheapest way to fly- find a used tranny out of a Corolla for the '95- you can swap it in yourself, that's how easy that car is to work on- or get a good wrench to do it, and change the axles while ur at it- now the '91 is a rare car- don't go messin' it up and it will increase in value- keep them stock repair them as issues come up, and drive them forever- that's a cool way to roll-

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10,045

agree,with jamblue

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thanks a lot but what can i do to my 16v engine to get some power out of it like up to @ least 120kw

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