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Sarge03
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Sarge03 Jun 17, 1:37pm - #200165 

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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Transmission Break in period?

I just had my entire transmission replaced and FINALLY got my car back today after waiting almost a month. The guy at the dealership (here in germany) told me I had to wait no less than 2500 miles before I drive at excessive speeds and begin to shift hard... Can this be true? I've heard everything up to 500 miles, but never 2500... Thanks

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Anonymous Jun 17, 5:00pm - #200166 
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thats weird...i have never heard of that restiction at all wtf
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csheriff
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csheriff Jun 17, 5:37pm - #200167 
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i was just goin to ask the same question cause im getting a new one put in as we speak.

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CelicaRacer05
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CelicaRacer05 Jun 17, 7:02pm - #200168 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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i think the longer you wait... the more time passes on your warenty... therefore if you fuck up again... they cant fix it for free... lets see i grinded an mr2 while on the lot when i test drove the celica... and they didnt care, nor did the sales man car when i hit the gas really hard... and this was a brand new mr2...

Im not sure about the celica... i got it second owner from my uncle and its auto and was "broken" in for me
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