when slowing down to almost stop and then accelerate the trans feels like it is slipping

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Asked by Aug 06, 2007 at 10:43 PM about the 2007 Toyota Sienna LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Hi stockcar8. "Slippage" is a common problem with transmissions in general. However, your vehicle is way too new (2007) for this to be happening. This usually doesn't occur for thousands of miles. I would take it into the dealership (since it's still covered by the factory warranty) and take a technician for a ride and show them what it's doing. If it really is "slipping" they will be forced to either rebuild the transmission or replace it with a new one. Good luck!

Google for: wwest abolition hesitation For information relating to the Toyota/Lexus 1-2 second downshift delay/hesitation that often occurs upon a "re-acceleration", return to acceleration, after a brief lift throttle event.

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