Has anybody faced issue in 'Gear Change' of 2013 Toyota Camry LE?

Asked by Nov 02, 2013 at 11:35 PM about the 2013 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: General

I bought a Toyota Camry 2013 on June and it was running good till 4500 miles. But it
started showing problem in gear change. I went to service center for first free service and
they checked all the fluids and the issue was minimized but still I could see the issue
slightly. I am not sure whether it will increase or vanish.

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a "drop down" or passing gear whereby the tranny selects the next setting that'll give you more immediate torque at the cost of increasing rpm's and reducing fuel efficiency~ this might be normal....you've just been givin' it the gun...I think there's an adjustment for this~....the "kick down" engagement point~

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these have NO cable but a box transducer that CANNOT make a mistake...there have been lawsuits on the "accelerator transducer" now it's simply a "throttle position sensor" because of all the lawsuits...it's the same goodie~ touchy box with an accelerator pedal control~

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okay...this is a known problem with these cars....read and add to the knowledge of others~ http://www.topix.com/forum/autos/toyota/T8NU659ENN2CSB8FH

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searched for adjusting the "kick-down" and one bozo said to adjust the cable....well...get with the program...there ain't no cables no more~

we might check on recalls on this because the title was "toyota deaths"~

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There is a Recall on that problem. Shutters between gears

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