One recent example involved a Toyota Camry with the A140-E four-speed transaxle and an L4 engine. Although this transmission was used in model years 1983 through 2001, we rarely receive calls on it – yet in one week I had three calls. One problem was rapid or stacked upshifts with no kick-down shifts. This problem is typically caused by restricted solenoids. The second call was a harsh engagement into reverse. This is typically caused by the use of flat frictions to replace the waved ones originally installed (see Shift Pointers on page XX of this issue).