I have a 2003 Toyota Camry with an automatic transmision. It has 70,000 miles on it. Sometimes when you try to put it into gear (youhave to press the brake pedal) it does not want to go into gear. My wife drives this car and it has become a nuisance. Sometimes it just takes a few good kicks to the brake pedal. Sometimes you better be ready to sit there a while because if it does not want to go into gear, it ain't going, period. So, we finally had had enough and was going to bring it in, and guess what, that's right it started working ok for a while. Just our luck. So now, it works good sometimes, and sometimes it can be quiet stuborn. Has anyone else had this problem? I notice that the brake lights are working just fine when she presses the brake pedal, but sometimes it just won't go into gear. (even when the brake light is coming on) I don't want to take it to the Toyota dealer and they say "we had to replace the flux capacitor" or something crazy for $875. Or tell me like they tried to tell me the last few times "the dust accumulation is causing the problem. Apparentlly you live down a dirt road. You need to bring the car in every 3,000 miles for us to clean it for you" ( Oh, and by the way the cleaning fee is going to be $155.00 each time.) I think, strange how I have owned 13 other vehicles while living down this very same road for the past 12 years and we have never had the slightest hint of dirt build-up on any of them.