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Transmission shaking during decel btwn 20 & 15 mph

2000 Camry LE V6 automatic shakes during deceleration only when in drive and applying brake between 20 and 15 mph. No shake when decelerating with brake in neutral and no shake when decelerating in Drive without braking.

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