I just purchase a 2010 Toyota Camry, when I drive and let off the gas padal It slows down a lil bit too much. Is this normal ?

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Asked by Aug 26, 2013 at 10:54 AM about the Toyota Camry

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are you suggesting that the EGR valve is too aggressive? as long as it "GOES", there is nothing to worry about....SMOG device, will get serviced at your next smog inspection~

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With your transmission in "D" (drive) there is an overdrive button(usually) on the transmission lever. If that button is OUT of overdrive (look for warning light on the instrument panel) then the transmission changes will be more crisp and letting off the gas will let the engine slowdown "quicker" when compared to overdrive ON. Overdrive On is better gas milage; OFF is quicker greer changes and not as good of mileage.

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