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99 camry i have 99 camry it just have 75,000 miles. it suddenly showing the sign like car below the coolant things.i looked at the internet.it says sliping indicator .i really do not know what it is and how to fix it.

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  • forget_me992 Sep 26, 2008

    just below the coolant indicator thing there is like a car sign coming .I check on the internet it says slip indicator.

    i do not have owners manual.please help me

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    Do you have an owners manual?? Look in it for the definition of the light

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Pls look for maintenance manual haynes or chelton sites

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