2007 Toyota Camry automatic but has slap shift but I never use it.

Asked by Mar 11, 2017 at 02:54 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 weeks ago I had a flat, got some
pull off tires put on. After that my
car slowly started to vibrate when
accelerating. Then one night on
my way home on interstate I was
driving and all of a sudden
something broke and it sounded
like glass hitting Rd.  Found out it
was the passenger CV joint/ shaft
axle.  Replaced it 2 weeks ago and
has been driving fine.  Tonight on
my way home I'm driving down the
road accelerating and all of a
sudden it was like it got knocked
out of drive into neutral ( when
mashing the gas motor would
recommend up but not go).  But it
was still in drive.  Any suggestions
of what could be wrong now

3 Answers

2,200

What are.....pull off tires....and did you check the transmission fluid level....smell? Does the fluid smell burnt?

Pull off tires good slightly used tires. When I got the CV shaft replaced they checked the transmission fluid and said there was none it so the put some in. And that was 2 weeks ago. I haven't gotten the car towed back home yet to smell the trans fluid.

2,200

Perhaps you might consider having the car towed to a quality tranny repair shop for an EVALUATION. Give them a good history on the vehicle. When a Trans runs out of fluid....well....that is not good...and...usually results in Big $$$$ repairs. Use caution, make sure they understand you need an estimate.....not permission to repair. Good Luck.

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