Toyota is recalling one half of one percent of the new 2007 Camry sedans it started building this year for a problem with their six-speed automatic transmissions. Affected vehicles may lose second and sixth gear while the vehicle is on the move within the first 500 miles of use, but the automaker says that the problem won't halt operation of the car.

We wonder if this is the same issue we've been reading about on the Cheers & Gears forum? Maybe even-numbered trannys aren't Toyota's thing -- we'll have to wait and see what happens with the eight-speed auto in the new Lexus LS sedan!

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