Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
Serious trouble? Hard to tell witout seeing the car.
With the engine off, open the hood and pull out the trans dipstick.
Examine the fluid on the end of the stick.
Is it black, brown or pink?
If it is black or brown, does it smell "burnt"?
If the fluid is not clear pink, and smells burnt, go to a place that does transmision flushes. You just may need a good ATF flush. DOn't drain the pan and refill it, ther will still be 3 quarts of dirty fluid in the trans. Get it flushed, you will probably be OK.
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