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2011 Rock Warrior w/ Transmission Issue - 105,000 Miles

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    2011 Rock Warrior w/ Transmission Issue - 105,000 Miles



    Morning all. So about a month ago I was on my way home on an hour and 15 minute drive. An hour into it I was going up a slight incline and the truck felt like it was riding on 4 flat tires, if I hit the gas it would take off without any issues but when it would shift up to the next gear to reduce the RPM's it would feel the same way. I managed to get home and since then I have driven it (no more than 30 minutes but at highway speeds) and haven't seen the issue again.
    I decided to let Toyota look at it. They said the valve body and a solenoid was bad. This would cost at least $2,500 to fix, unless they found something else when they were in there.

    Thoughts here???
    Mike



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    Did you let them take a look?

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    Yeah, Toyota, looked it over for about 30 minutes, likely read the codes I left in the system and said the Valve Body and one of the 4 Solenoids need to be replaced to the tune of $2,500 but "they will likely find more".

    AAMCO looked it over as a second opinion and they said it's a pressure issue. They would rebuild to factory specs with all new, heavier duty components for $3k.
    Mike



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