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Gear problem Hi i have this toyota camry V6 1992 when run for a long time it goes free not selecting any gear except it cool but the engine running well and everything do you think you can help me with some advice on this one

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Hi! chefcato36
I am just guessing but is this an automatic transmission? If the automatic transmission oil / coolent is old or low, the transmission will not work correctly. If the trany fluid is more then 5 years old the oil and filter need to be changed.
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