Question about 1989 Toyota Camry
Unfortunately there's no drain plug or bolt for the trans fluid, you'll need to buy a trans carter replacement kit to do that procedure since the carter has to be removed completely. It's recommended to change the trans filter also and cleaning the trans magnet too. My advise would be to take it to a trans professional, but remember that if your trans has no problem (slipping gears, squeaking, etc) just ask for the described service otherwise they must likely will perform a trans tune up which will be a lot more expensive. Good luck
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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