Toyota Camry owners have reported 430 problems related to automatic transmission (under the power train category).
The contact owns a 2012 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds and attempting to accelerate, the vehicle would decelerate instead and without warning. The contact stated that he would have to pump the accelerator pedal a few times before the vehicle would respond. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where the contact was advised that they were unable to replicate the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not contacted. The failure mileage was approximately 1,000. The current mileage was approximately 3,500. The VIN was unavailable. . . . Updated 04-03-13.
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When attempting to park, the vehicle suddenly accelerated and I was forced to stop it by running into a palm tree in order to avoid hitting people and other cars or causing more serious damage.
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Car was parked in driveway. The key was removed from ignition. The car drifted down the driveway in reverse into a tree, causing approximately $7000 in damage to car. Testing of the car later revealed that the key could be removed from ignition when the car was not in park. Toyota is currently investigating. The consumer stated the vehicle was inspected and later returned to him. He assumed the vehicle had been repaired. There was no mention of the inspection or what had been done to his vehicle. On may 27th, the consumer's wife was driving and she noticed the vehicle suddenly downshifted into second gear. The consumer checked the vehicle and noticed the ignition and transmission problem occurred again. The consumer received a letter outlining the problem was due to spilled soda that caused the ignition interlock system to stick. Updated ivoq 07/03/12.
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While driving on freeway, all of a sudden when I tried to press accelerator pedal to accelerate, nothing happened, and vehicle started to slowly slow down. I pulled over to side of road, turned off vehicle and restarted. Vehicle accelerate fine after that. Check engine light on. The Toyota dealer checked and found throttle body failure and replaced it. Cost more than $1300.
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Tl- the contact owns a 2004 Toyota Camry xle. The contact was driving 65mph when the vehicle shut down, and coasted to a stop. The vehicle restarted and was diagnosed by a private mechanic. The testing failure diagnostic message was code 2112 new throttle body failure. The manufacturer was contacted, but the vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileages were 79,300. Rds.
2011 Toyota Camry le, under 3,000 miles on car, sluggish drive as though I am pulling a trailor or something behind the car. Vehicle jerking in and out of gears. Loud thump sound twice from underneath the car as though something broke. In additon to the car at a stop sign brake engaged and car jerked forward. Proceeded home and parked car and proceeded to exit car and the vehicle accelerated forwrd. As I turn to see if the car was not in the park postion it was and I am terrified to have this car at home my daughter was in the area a few minutes before and she would have been hit by the car if she was still there. I have filed a complaint with Toyota and took back to dealership for them to take a look, and the only thing they can do is try and recreate the problem if it does not do the same thing when they try and recreate it then it will be closed and deems not an isssue. This is an issue and I do not feel safe with what happend.
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I have Camry 2009. It currently has 34400 miles. According to Toyota dealer - after a technician tests drive the vehicle - the issue is described "downshift issue under heavy brake". Below is details of the problem. After I apply brake at stop sign or traffic light, the vehicle is stopped but then vehicle is still jumping up - moving up just right after it stops. Below is how Toyota responds on the issue. On August 5th, 2011, I bring the car to Toyota dealer. The technician is able to duplicate the issue and open a case number reporting to gst (gulf state Toyota). I have to wait for an appointment with gst and Toyota dealer until 8/30/2011. On August 31st, I brought the car in 2nd time so that the dealer can collect more information and send to gst (according to the dealer). The dealer told me they could not duplicate the issue last time. But they will need to re-program (software) on the computer system so that the computer system can re-learn the shifting pattern of the transmission. Here is my opinions. I am not convinced at all this will re-solve the issue. The issue might appear again any time. Here are some more facts. During the waiting time - 3 weeks - I do not drive the vehicle at all. The dealer certainly does not drive the vehicle long enough before they can see the issue again. When I drive the vehicle to the dealer on the 2nd time, I see it happens twice. This kind of issue absolutely makes me very nervous when I have to apply braking. I hope Toyota can root cause this issue as soon as possible. Who knows this issue can be worst and totally out of controls one day.
My car jerks at low speeds during stop and go traffic during my daily commute from work. The movement is very noticeable and you can feel that something is wrong with the transmission. This is a brand new car (2010) with 25, 584 miles but it drives very rough as if its an older car. Transition from low speeds is not smooth at all. Typically, this surge occurs only between the speed range of 0-45/50 mph. Rpm gauge drastically jumps or increases, then falls back down momentarily. And it only occurs when driving in city or stop and go traffic before coming to a stop but while driving on speed limit on highway it is fine. The car shift/jumps sporadically causing vehicle to jump forward a little bit and causing delay before coming to a complete stop. I do not know what to do at this point, I have taken the car to the dealer twice already and they keep insisting that there is nothing wrong with the vehicle. I have been on two separate test drives with different technicians who have been unable to recreate the event. But obviously it is not something I can recreate while in the passengers seat. This is something that the tech has to be able to feel the harsh shifting transition him/her sellf. A shifting re-calibration has been performed once on the car but the jerking has continued to occur following the test. This is the first brand new car that I have bought and I completely frustrated with the dealer and Toyota. The reason I bought a Toyota is because I wanted a reliable and smooth car to drive to work everyday and I did not expect to be having these kinds of issues with a brand new car. I have been insulted by the dealership service dept and their list of cause factors ranging from possibly because I drive in heels, to having a/c turned on, to the car only providing maximum performance. It is all a bunch of excuses, I wish they would actually do something about this problem. However, I will continue to go in and be a nuisance until this issue is resolved.
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My wife had backed her 2007 Toyota Camry out of our garage onto the driveway to wash the car. The driveway is on a medium incline. She was in the process of cleaning the inside of the car along with our granddaughter. The car was in park and the ignition key in her pocket. After cleaning the inside passenger compartment with our granddaughter in the driver side she was in the process of walking around the front of the car in order to clean the driver compartment when our granddaughter was moving to the passenger side she hit the automatic transmission shifter it came out of park and rolled across the ally into the neighbors back fence. My wife got into the car and drove to the front of the house put the car in park, removed the key and was able to take the car out of park without her foot on the brake and the key removed. We took the car to Toyota dealer. The next day we picked the car up from the dealer and were told they could not duplicate the problem. They told us to take the car and if it happened again leave the car as is with the car out of gear, call them and they would send a tow truck. The next day my wife drove the car to the shopping mall. When she returned the car she was able to take the car out of park with the key out of the ignition. She was unable to get the service rep on the phone so she drove home and parked the car in the garage. Approximately 15 minutes later we all went out to the car and had her son try to take the car out of park without the key in the ignition which he did. There was no resistance in the shifter when removing from park and could freely move the shifter. We left the shifter in the drive position and called the dealer who sent a tow truck and had the drive verify the car could be shifted with the key out. The rep called and said the could not duplicate the problem. We have been trying to tell them all the have to do is drive the car for 15 min, wait 15 min then move out of park. The rep is not cooperating.
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Tl- the contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. The contact was driving 65 mph when the contacts dog hopped into his lap. The contact pushed the dog to the back of the vehicle and the dog's paw shifted the gear from drive to reverse. The contact moved the gear back into drive and proceeded to pull over to the shoulder. The contact saw smoke coming from the hood of the vehicle. The vehicle was towed to a transmission shop where the vehicle was in the process of being repaired. The failure and current mileage was 72,000. Nw.
Very harsh/coarse shifting of transmission during upshift and downshift especially around 20mph and between 35-39mph. Also on more than one occasion a loud thumping sound has been heard coming from the transmission as the car is slowing down and is in process of downshifting around 20mph.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. While driving approximately 55 mph, the contact stated that the vehicle would violently jerk and suddenly accelerate without warning. The vehicle would also shift gears independently between second and fourth gears. When the failure would occur, the engine would exhibit an abnormal increase in rpms and would fluctuate back and forth. The vehicle was towed to the dealer where she was informed that she would need to replace the transmission. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 93,000.
2007 Toyota Camry. Consumer states disturbing hesitation when accelerating from a stop or at about 18-20 mph. The consumer stated if the accelerator was pushed all the way to the floor, there was still a delay, followed by an alarming surge. The consumer has since sold the vehicle back to the dealer.
On Wednesday, 2/16/11, at 4:50 p. M. I was traveling down sudbury street in boston, MA to make a right hand turn onto congress street in boston. I came down the hill and stopped at a red traffic light. My car, for no apparent reason, began to race and would not stop. I applied more pressure to the brake and shifted the car into park. It continued to race for 5-10 seconds after I did this. This was a very frightening incident, given there was a stopped vehicle in front of me, a vehicle behind me and many pedestrians at that hour. I no longer feel secure with the car and am anticipating that this may re-occur at any time.
My 2011 Toyota Camry doesn't shift seamlessly as to what Toyota is claiming. It's been very annoying. Brought back to the dealer and they claim there is nothing wrong with it even though the master technician in pitts Toyota dublin GA admits that its not suppose to shift seamless. Totally contrasting comment.
The contact owns a 2009 Toyota Camry. The contact stated that while driving various speeds the vehicle would hesitate when trying to accelerate to higher speeds. Approximately one week later the vehicle just completely stalled. No warning lights illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle was inspected by a dealer who informed the contact that she needed to replace the transmission. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure and current mileages were approximately 11,400.
The contact owns a 2011 Toyota Camry le. The contact stated that when the vehicle was on an incline, sometimes it would roll backwards rapidly. The contact stated that the vehicle rolled backwards as if it had a manual transmission. The dealer tested the vehicle as well as an additional vehicle and since the failure was identical the dealer they determined that it was normal. The contact was concerned since that was unsafe and caused her to apply the brake and the accelerator pedal at the same time. The failure mileage was 8 and the current mileage was 3,400. Updated 04/28/11.
Car will suddenly speed up.
Power train: automatic transmission-I have owned this Toyota Camry for approximately five months. The transmission has a mind of its own. Occasionally it slips into the wrong gear. The worse problem I encountered was five weeks ago when I placed the vehicle into reverse and the vehicle wanted to go forward. I nearly hit the car parked in front of me. I am glad nobody was walking in front of the car when I placed the vehicle into the reverse gear. This car is dangerous and if I could I would return it back to the dealer. Suspension-when is raining the car is difficult to maneuver above 50mph. The rear of the car want to go right making the front of the car go left. The same thing happens when the car hits bumps on the road. Again, the car is unsafe and should be taken off the road.
The contact owns a 2011 Toyota Camry. The contact was driving 5 mph when a water bottle that was on the console hit the gear shift and the vehicle shifted into reverse. The vehicle never moved backward but exhibited a very loud, abnormal sound. The contact applied the brakes and attempted to duplicate the failure. The vehicle was neither diagnosed nor repaired for the failure. The manufacturer was not contacted. The failure mileage was unknown and the current mileage was 6,999.
The contact owns a 2010 Toyota Camry. While the vehicle was stopped in drive, the vehicle rolled backward and stalled. The failure occurred everytime the vehicle was idling in drive. The vehicle had not been inspected or repaired. The failure mileage was approximately 12,000 and the current mileage was approximately 15,000.
The contact owns a 2007 Toyota Camry. While driving approximately 35 mph the contact attempted to accelerate but the vehicle did not respond. The contact noticed that the vehicle shifted gears but the vehicle would not respond until he applied extreme pressure to the accelerator pedal. The failure began to recur intermittently so the vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where the contact was told that the transmission needed to be replaced. The contact also stated that the vehicle would erratically shift gears while accelerating or decelerating. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 110,000 and the current mileage was 120,000.
I own a 2009 Camry. . . One that has been recalled and will be addressed through my local Toyota dealer. However, on three or four separate occasions, as I was backing out from a parking space and/or my garage, as I applied my brakes, there would be a simultaneous acceleration. I do not believe it is related to the current acceleration/floor mat issue nor my stepping on the brake and accelerator at the same time but I just wanted to bring this to your attention in the event that others have experienced the same concern. Thanks.
On 8/0/10 vehicle in parking lot. Backed up vehicle. Put vehicle in drive. Vehicle engine revved up and crashed into two vehicles. Attempted to hit brake. Distance between brake and gas pedal is 3 1/2 inches. Vehicle involved was a Toyota. Engineer is inspecting vehicle on 8/27/10.
I have late Toyota Camry v6 with the similar to case #10348638 problems - a sluggish accelerator response though not related to stops. I noticed is on the second day after I bought a new car, brought it to a dealership service dept, was told that "a computer needs to adjust to my way of driving". Brought it again after a couple of years, no problem found. It does not happen all the time, but almost every day. I found it very annoying and dangerous when it happens.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Automatic Transmission problems||
|Power Train problems||
|Automatic Transmission Control Module problems||
|Automatic Transmission Torque Converter problems||
|Vehicle Shudder problems||
|Automatic Transmission Park/neutral Start Switch problems||
|Manual Transmission problems||
|Transmission Gear Slipping problems||
|Transmission Not Go Into Gear problems||
|Transmission Failure problems||