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anyone still on their original torque converter and original ecu flash?

bought my 2014 camry new with 6 miles and at now at 33k miles. never had the torque converter shrudder so ecu was never flashed. i do my own oil changes. toyota dealer only ever did the oil changes at 10k and 15k when the warranty was almost up.

im just wondering if anyone is still on their original torque converter or ecu still unflashed? i'm going to try to start driving it more because that recall only lasts 8 years/150k miles.
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2014.5 Camry LE 2.5L with 78,000 miles.

No shudder and while it has only been dealer serviced, I am unaware if it has had an ECU flash performed on it. The bulk of my driving is high commuting from work and back, 25 miles each way.

I'm taking it in tomorrow morning for an oil change and I'll ask (or at least try to remember), if the ECU has been flashed.
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My issues didn't show up until about 100K, although I had the flash done around the time it was first released, maybe about a year after I bought the car (mine is a 2013). TC replaced at 100K and now at 109K with no further instances of the shudder or any subsequent transmission issues (knock on wood).
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I wonder if my tc went out or what because i took off from a stop sign, and got about 40yrds and it just felt like it went into N without touching anything. Hasnt moved forward or reverse since. Been about a week and cant figure out what happen. Its a 2015 camry xce, never floored the peddle since new, and just like that its been sitting here. I have a snapon modis edge scanner and shows no codes, troubleshooter doesnt help much, and live data readings im not sure what it should be reading. Anyone got any advice?
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