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I HAVE A 2005 TOYOTA COROLLA WITH 79000 MILES, AND CHECK ENGINE LIGHT JUST TURNED ON,AND THE TRANSMISSION IS KICKING WHEN SHIFTING. FLUID IS LIGHT AND FULL,BUT I HAVE NOT DONE TIMING BELTS OR ANYTHING ELSE,BUT THE OIL CHANGES SINCE 60,000 MILES WHEN I BOUGHT THE CAR. I AM WONDERING WHAT THE PROBLEM MIGHT BE? THANX. M.H.

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I think your car has a timing chain. There are a thousand things that can turn that light on. Have a shop ck it for trouble codes and that will give a direction on what to do next. Keep out af any chain store operation. If you cant find a good independent garage go to the dealer.

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There is a known issue with the 2005-2007 Corolla automatic transmission shift logic. The shift points may seem harsh, and the Check Engine light may be illuminated.

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