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Will not shift out of low gear - 1994 GMC Jimmy

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Check the shifting solenoid

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What is the function of L in corolla s gear


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Assuming your Toyota Corolla S is an automatic:

P, R, N, D, these are all letters on your automatic transmission that you're probably familiar with. However, you might rarely, if at all, shift into "L" on the gear shift. So what does this letter stand for? And should you use it?
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