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Car coming out of overdrive after hitting desired speed and cruising under no power when overdrive comes out while traveling you canput car in neutral turn off key and then restart motor then goes automatically to overdrive and works fine until hit cruising speed an comes back out after cruising speed and no power

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Ive had trouble with those before.its called a torque lock solonoid.It can be found behind the transmission pan on the drivers side of the transmission...cant miss it...big square pan on drivers side.

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I want to know how to use my cruise control in my 1994 Toyota pickup. It has all the buttons and the capability but the words are scratched off and i don't have a manual.


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