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My toyota corolla, 2007, has the check engine light on,

The check engine light is on and the transmission, automatic, appears to shift a bit harder than usual.

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You need to have the car scanned for fault codes to determine the nature of the problem. Go to AutoZone or similar place to have the codes scanned.

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TRANSMISSION & CLUTCH
TC015-07 Title:
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