Re: 92 v6 camry tranny rebuild - questions?

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Re: 92 v6 camry tranny rebuild - questions?

Group: alt.autos.toyota.camry Date: Sat, Mar 13, 2004, 10:54pm (PDT+1)
From: not@please.ok? (Burnt@ut)
On 13 Mar 2004 05:51:32 -0800, nospampls2002@yahoo.com (Daniel M.
Dreifus) wrote:
"Burnt@ut" <not@please.ok?> wrote in message
news:<nkc450tjod5bbhag4k3elrlvb5fnhjs673@4ax.com>. ..
nope, it's just a slow steady flashing.
Cruise control?
Seems to be working fine.
4 days of normal driving, thing still seems to be working, maybe it's
just something they didn't have the right tool to reset.
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Dear "Burnt",As far as I can remember that flashing light means
trouble code has been lodged .
You need to take this car BACK to the shop and don't be too polite.You
did get a warranty?
If you fail to return it they can say later that the problem could have
had a simple resolution but since you delayed bringing it in your
warranty is voided or something.Actually that might be correct.
Anyway take it back ASAP and get it fixed! It iS a very complicated
unit so don't assume they are crooks just because something
malfunctions.Driving it like that is a big mistake.
Give them a chance to make good.Look them in the eye and tell them you
want satisfaction or you will be calling your man at the government
consumer protection agency(In California it's the B.A.R.,Bureau of Auto
Repair,other states/countries may have similar ) That always works here
cause they can close the shop for too many complaints.

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