Toyota Camry

1996-2001 of release

Repair and operation of the car



Toyota Camry
- 1. Maintenance instruction
   1.1.2. Vehicles with right-hand management
   1.1.3. Indicator symbols on the dashboard
   + 1.1.4. Keys
   + 1.1.5. Doors
   + 1.1.6. Windows with the electric drive
   + 1.1.7. Trunk lid
   1.1.8. Cowl
   1.1.9. Cover of the fuel tank
   1.1.10. Electrohatch
   + 1.1.11. Seats
   1.1.12. Head restraints
   + 1.1.13. Seat belts
   1.1.14. Steering wheel
   + 1.1.15. Mirrors
   1.1.16. Sun-protection peaks
   + 1.1.17. Lighting
   + 1.1.18. Screen wipers and windscreen washers
   1.1.19. Stekloobogrevateli of a back window and external rear-view mirrors
   + 1.1.20. Measuring devices, counters, the warning indicators
   1.1.21. Ignition switch
   1.1.22. Automatic transmission
   1.1.23. The transmission with manual switching
   1.1.24. Parking brake
   1.1.25. Cruiser mode
   + 1.1.26. Audio system
   + 1.1.27. System of air conditioning
   1.1.28. Hours
   1.1.29. Thermometer
   1.1.30. Cigarette lighter and ashtray
   1.1.31. Point of selection of power
   1.1.32. Glove box
   1.1.33. A box for accessories
   1.1.34. A box for trifles
   1.1.35. Stakanoderzhatel
   1.1.36. Sexual rug
   1.1.37. Heaters of seats
+ 1.2. Information before driving of the car
+ 1.3. Independent maintenance
+ 1.4. Technical characteristics
+ 1.5. Several councils upon purchase of the car
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Exhaust system
+ 8. Transmission
+ 9. Running gear
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment



1.1.23. The transmission with manual switching

GENERAL INFORMATION


The scheme of gear shifting is standard, as shown above.

Press a coupling pedal completely down during switching, and then slowly release it. You do not hold a leg on a pedal during driving – it can result in malfunction of coupling. Also do not use coupling for deduction of the car at a stop on rise – use for this purpose the parking brake.

Too bystry switching to the raising or lowering transfer will lead to an overload of the engine and a possible detonation. Continuous increase in turns of the engine to the maximum speed on each transfer will cause excessive wear of the engine and big fuel consumption.

The most admissible speeds

For entrance on the freeway or overtaking of slowly driving transport the maximum acceleration can be required. Surely observe the following most admissible speeds for each transfer:

Transfer
Speed, km/h
1
57
2
91
3
141
4
182

If it is difficult to include a backing, then establish transmission in neutral situation, release coupling, and then try again.

At towage of the trailer for preservation of efficiency of braking by the engine do not include the fifth transfer.