1992 toyota 4 runner tranmission problems

Asked by Feb 16, 2017 at 06:36 PM about the Toyota 4Runner

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Darn, can you share more info like symptoms, and if someone looked at it yet.

well i start off in drive seems it is in high gear wont kick down so i drop down to 1st gear take off upshift manually and it changes gears

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Have a transmission shop check it out. That may be a control issue.

possibly shift control solenoids maybe. would the overdrive sensor cause this. the O.D. light will come on and start blinking. i have another tranny that is good i got with the vehicle when purchased.

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