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1982 Celica 242000 miles. Colorado. I have weak power and some transmission jumping back and forth when going up hills. Other problems include vapor lock. Fuel filter is clean. Trans fluid is not low. It might be a little high. Is this my transmission giving out or is it more likely to be a gas problem? Thank you!! Mark

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  • BolderCelica Jul 17, 2008

    Thank you. I have been having problems measuring the fluid in the transmission. Will too much fluid create a slippage problem? Thank you again

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Your Transmission is done, you need a new or used one.

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