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Have 94 toyota corona 1800 auto that has just started taking longer 2 change n2 top gear when first started.ok once warmed up.270000 kms so not worth spending much on it.is there a quick fix?

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On some toyotas they lock out hi gear until the engine temp reaches a preset value ... thats to prevent lugging down a cold engine .. there is sometimes a light on the dash that indicates low engine temp .. when it goes out then the high gear is enabled ... if yours is now taking longer than normal then you might have a bad thermostat (causing engine to take longer to warm up) .. of course at 270,000 miles you might be pressing your luck if thats the original transmission .. those cars seem to last forever (almost) ..

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