2014 Toyota Corolla CVT transmission slipping
Hey I love your channel and listen to it going to and from work almost everyday!
So I have this 2014 Toyota Corolla with a CVT and 106,000 miles on it which absolutely runs great! The only problem I’m trying to figure out is when I drive my car for a period of time the RPMs surge go from 1500 to 2000 rpm going uphill or when I accelerate.
I changed the plugs, cleaned out the throttle body, ran sea foam through the gas, and did a fluid change not a flush on the CVT. Even after all that it still does it.
mom at a loss on what it could be because it only happens when I have been driving it for miles And not when it’s cold or when I first started up. Could it be a bad fuel pump or injector? Could it be my transmission slipping?
Have it scanned for codes and report back, please. Free at auto parts stores.
the RPMs surge go from 1500 to 2000 rpm going uphill or when I accelerate.
is that unusual?
The CVT in my wife's 2019 Forester has some quirks also. I think it's just the way they are. I told her to get a RAV4 with a regular tranny but would she listen!?? No!!
Replace the CVT fluid. if it makes it better, dump the car asap.