Transmission will not engage only responds like it is stuck in natural. Any insight%3F

Asked by Jan 24, 2012 at 08:28 PM about the Lexus ES 300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The dealer serviced the transmission, with a transmission flush and filter. It ran fine for 2-3 weeks.  It started to loose power or torque.  Now it sounds and act like it is stuck in neutral.  Any sight?

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you mentioned they flushed it right? might need to refill on ATF if its AT... if its a manual transmission gearbox, the interlinks might be loose...you can always go back to the dealer and ask about the details of this service because it might be a back job...

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Thanks. I will ask for greater details on the service and the type of fluid.

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