Transmission 2009 Camry v6 le

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Asked by Jun 06, 2016 at 09:28 AM about the 2009 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Cel had been on and off, down shifting from 3-2-1
seems to be smooth, however has noticed some
slight un smooth transitions.reverse doesn't work
once in a blue moon. It seems like the gears hook,
then suddenly go lose while trying to catch reverse
gear. F*** the dealership. Don't even tell me to go
there.

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257,375

I won't tell you to go to the dealership, fair? Since the CEL has been on and off, scan the car for the 4 digit codes. A local auto parts store can do it for free. Post them back here. Sounds like you will get some transmission codes.

101,895

This sounds like you are having shift solenoid problems, every electronic tranny seems to have them eventually, I suggest going to a tranny shop, they should be able to plug in and test the solenoids, that way they can determine if it is solenoids,TCM, or selector switch that is causing the problem.

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