Transmission

Asked by Sep 17, 2017 at 08:20 AM about the 2002 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

02 Camry was daily driver until one day on
the interstate driving it decide no to go no
more it was running but it just seems like
the transmission quit none of the Gears
work only the park what should I check for

4 Answers

36,855

You lose the ability to shift into any gear when you lose fluid pressure, check your fluid level, if OK it will need to be diagnosed on a stand for valve body operation.

Well I did check the level and is good but I did notice smell like burn like when a wire is burn or starter gets burn

298,925

Ok, then you know what your problem is, but not specifically. You need to trace all the wiring in the car to find out what shorted. Sounds like it can be a Circuit related to the trans. You'll need a Pro/mechanic to diagnose the issue.

Let me explain my self better when I check the oil I also smell it n smell like burn like a wire or like at starter smell like

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