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2002 toyota camry......After she warms up..it feels like it skips or bucks after taking your foot off gas pedal.You dont feel it on accelleration.. just as you coast

The car has 155000 miles on it..just got it so dont know many details..contacted previous owner and he has NEVER had the tranny fluid changed.could that be the problem

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Hello Kord ! It is a possibility the automatic transmission fluid to be the culprit of this situation you face. When it gets warm is starting the skipping and bucking. Is loosing the viscosity and pressure. Renew oil and filter. But my advise before you proceed on that is good to give it a good oil flush and then go to change. In the new oil if you like is good to put also the Wynn's Automatic Transmission Treatment. That will help the transmission work to become smoother.

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All Toyota auto trans cars downshift when descending a hill when you tap the brake. This is called "Downhill Shift Logic"; what this is for is to eliminate the double shift when you come to the bottom of a hill and then accelerate. Normal condition. Usually happens above 38 MPH.
Also: The cruise will accelerate when going uphill. Normal condition.Plus: The cruise will not disengage back to the set MPH after you top the hill. Toyota recommends to disengage the cruise when encountering steep terrain.

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SOURCE: SPONGY BRAKE PEDAL

spongy brake pedal indicates air in the system... have the brakes inspected for leaks as it leaks when you apply the brakes and sucks in air when you release them.

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That sounds like a left front wheel bearing gone bad My friend.. turning right transfers weight to the left side and it probably has a roar similar to a turbo fan jet.. Try it and lemmie know.. thank you

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SOURCE: 2002 toyota camry dies when I take my foot off the gas pedal

The ignition is too low (i,e, rpm). Increase it.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: location for pcv valve on 2002 Toyota Camry 4cyl

Daeler Mechanic told me there is no PCV valve on my particular model.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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