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My wife and I just bought a 1993 Toyota Camery for our son. the transmission light continues to blink. I changed the tranny fluid, twice because it is dark. When we stop at a light it sometimes jerks. In addition i changed the spark pugs and could not reach two of the old plugs. i left them in and replaced only the ones I could reach. Can this cause a problem?

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Plugs No. Dark trans fluid means it probably was never changed or not every couple years I used to own a trans shop. Why didn't you check the fluid before you bought it and pass? Trans is pretty well cooked inside by now and it may not be the first time for a 1993 veh. Most trans are lucky they ever get the correct fluid installed and forget changing. Your power steering will be in similar shape and brake fluid. Not trying to be hurtfull. Check all your vehicles and change every fluid. I bet it worked till you put in clean fluid then it started slipping. When it gets almost black your done. Hang in on the other 2 plugs. If you buy enough tools you will get them all. Now you know why we have 30 to 50 thousand dollars in tools.

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