Having problems with your 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser ?

1993 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER Transmission fluid all over, belt to powersteering pump was snapped.. Won't work in reverse. Put it in D and was able to drive 1/2 mile home high rpm low power. Anyone know what this might be? I am going to go outside and pull the splash pan/guard and see if i can see anything

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-11-2018

Answers :

I would think that the power steering and the tranny are two different systems, unless on a land cruiser they are some how connected. If the tranny is low on fluid, then yes it will affect the tranny ( i.e. not shifting, not going into gear, etc). Have you checked the fluid level of the tranny. That would be the first thing to check out. Also, the belt that goes to the power steering pump - does the belt operate anything else on the engine. I would check that out also.
\015\012 ( I'm posting my comments to you again, since I responded under "clarification", but I really like those thumbs up's, so if my solution was helpful- Please rate! And I'm real glad you figured out the problem. Just to play it safe, you may want to add an ADDITIVE to the tranny, such as LUCAS, to help the tranny out a bit since it ran low on fluid. Good Luck!
Sounds like lack of oil in the auto trans. power steer pump should have no bearing on auto transmission. good luck
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