Reversing car died Restarted tried to shift. And. Nothing.

Asked by Feb 01, 2017 at 08:46 PM about the 2000 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

There feels like there too much play when
shifting.    What could it be

7 Answers

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What Engine? What Transmission? Auto or Manual?

Toyota Camry 2000 automatic. It had been sitting for a year. Battery is old but managed too run. I reversed. Over snowed 10 feet then car died I had too noisy the car to get it working again. Then when I tried to shift gears. Nothing

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Sounds like you were stuck in Snow? Trying to get un stuck is a sure way to damage a auto trans. Check the tyranny fluid. Does it smell Burnt? What color is it?

Thks for the reply. The tranny fluid is good. So what now ? Thks for yr time

I've been told it could bea linkage to the transmission. Is it's quick fix and how much. Thks

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Can not determine cost with out an under car inspection. One would also have to disassemble the shift console for inspection. I

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Jallard.....did you ever resolve the issue with this vehicle?

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