Why does my 2009 Sport Corolla have no overdrive and higher rpms when accelerating or climbing hills?

Asked by May 15, 2012 at 01:47 AM about the Toyota Corolla

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Well the higher RPM's are due to you being in another gear besides Overdrive, which is normal. So are you saying the car won't go into Overdrive at all, or is it just up hills and or accelerating.

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