Driving automatic 6Cyl 1998 Toyota Camry 178K miles on it.
Apart from regular maint/repairs (I.e. struts, brakes, alignments, battery (incl terminal/cables), and timing belt (@ ~98K miles), this care runs beautifully! Unless its raining…
When its raining, it will start fine. And run fine… for a while.
After a while - this will be at 35 mph or 60 mph - it will sound like its over-revving or out of gear, but the RPM does NOT change.
I take my foot off of the gas pedal for a moment, noise stops.
I try again a second or later and it makes the same noise so I repeat
After doing that two or three times, the noise stops and it will drive fine.
I can also feel a slight shaking/knocking in the gear shift (my hand resting on it) while the noise is being made.
None of this happens when its dry
Wondering if this is signs of the tranmission going… water getting in the gear box… dont want to sink too much more money into the car at this point
Any and all help/advice would be greatly appreciated