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Does the 2006-2007 actually carry transmission fluid..?

Can anyone tell me if the 2006-2007 toyota yaris uses transmission fluid or is it fully electronic...?

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It uses transmission fluid, that fluid is controlled by a computer that actuates solenoids to shift the trans to diff gears

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