anyone have any advice about the transmission problem im having First we was told we needed shift solenoid 1&2 changed it didnt help so we tried the one called shift solenoid e or 3

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Asked by Apr 11, 2016 at 08:05 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

we were told shift solenoid 1&2 changed it didnt help so we tried the one
called shift solenoid e or 3 helped a little but anyway when you put it in
drive it wont take off it acts like its slipping but if you manual do it pull shifter
to low takes off fine shifts good thru 2nd then drive also when your going
down the road it wont go into passing gear any advice would be very
helpful thanks in advance

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Slipping usually means the clutches are burnt or worn.

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ty tom its an automatic do they still have some kind of clutch system in tranny?

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