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There is an electrical failure in the trans and will have to be checked out by a good trans shop. GoodluckJoe

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Q: What causes poor acceleration and the overdrive warning light to blink in a 1988 Toyota Camry?
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Is acceleration a force?

No a force causes acceleration.


Is force acceleration?

No a force causes acceleration.


How its force related to acceleration?

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What causes transmission not to shift into overdrive?

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What causes the check engine light to come on in a 1994 Toyota Camry?

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