2004 toyota celica GT wont shift into first third and fifth gear on the manual transmission. second, fourth and reverse are fine whats happened?

Asked by Apr 01, 2016 at 09:51 PM about the 2004 Toyota Celica GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2004 Toyota Celica GT wont shift into first, third and fifth gear and its a manual transmission.  Second gear and fourth gear and reverse are fine.  What could be the problem?  It was working fine then this happened all of a sudden out of nowhere

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Sounds like gears finally gave out. Go to few trans places and tell them. Get few estimates, and while apart replace clutch,etc.

oh okay. Is this an expensive fix or is it not too scary? haha

1,750

Depends if they fix trans gears or just replace. I would check around. Its not cheap but I think its worth the investment, your car is fairly new, correct? If you can drive it take it in, don't tell them what you think it is, let them evaluate it and tell you what they will do to repair. And ask them if any other options

Yeah my car is a 2004 so it's still has some great years left. Yeah for sure I'll let them tell me for sure. Thanks for the help I really appreciate it.

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