Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
First, take out the radio and unplug the plug from the back of radio. Sometimes, the radio is grounded through a wire that goes hot at certain times. It should always be a ground at any key position. Try test-driving the car with the radio out, not just the fuse out, but the whole thing unplugged. See if your problem clears up then. Sorry about the tranny, and the recurring problem. LEt me know how it goes. TT
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