Transmission problem

Asked by May 08, 2016 at 12:07 PM about the 1994 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi its me again lol. I resently bought a used
transmission and changed it. It rode
perffect for three weeks then on the way
home from work. The whole car jumped
foward, then it acted like it was out of gear
then it started going again and it starting
making a slamming noise and started
jumping forward again. So pulled over and
checked the fluids and the axles but
everything looked great no leaks and no
seperated axles. So i sit on the side of the
road for my husband to come and let me
remind you i was only a mile from my home.
So my husband gets there and he drives it
three quarters of a mile home and it does it
to him but worse  so we parked it and towed
it home. We got it home and the
transimission is now leaking it goes in to
gear but now it grinds but goes no where in
any gear.  Please help, sorry it was so long i
wanted to give you good detail.

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Find out where it is leaking and also check the axles, make sure they are locked into place in the differential, if fluid is coming out of the vent and it is not overfull then transmission is overheating, possibly a plugged cooler or an internal transmission failure.

Ok i will look at that and get back to you thanks.

"I recently bought a used transmission and changed it" Am I to understand You folks did all the work/swapping of this Tranny? What was wrong with the old tranny?

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Hi Cynthia.....Did you ever resolve the issue with this vehicle?

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