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MY camry is automatic and i had a oil drip problem and i got it fixed. but my car just stoped once i turned from round about. then i checked my trasmissin oil n it was low but i couldnt find where to add transmission fluid. Thats why i emailed earlier to findout about transmission fluid locater hole.PLEASE let meknow if there is anythingelse can be wrong or any other reason for engine to stop running. Car did get start after few minutes though

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Hi sunbury
dave here
like i said earlier the fluid is added through the dipstick of course be sure to have it operating temperature first and to cycle through each gear from R through 1 slowly twice. This will ensure all of the area in the torque converter is full and give a proper reading. Remember to add the fluid slowly so it does not flood out and do not overfill.
Low tranny fluid however will not make the car stall or disable it from starting. This is a seperate problem. Let me know how starting goes next time you try or if you have a no start condition again

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