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Lack Of Power 4g15 1.5 engine.

My car is already overhauled, and stills having no power, the gear box is in good condition too, and stills having no power, what can i do?

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  • me-moza Oct 24, 2008

    thanks i`m gonna check that!

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Ya..you will need to check your exhaust system.....also..if your engine is newly overhauled..dont just go force the engine too much!!! or else you newly rebuild engine will got damaged...let all the parts get along until you reach your first service after overhauled...

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You may have a back presure problem in the eghaust system.. usualy this is the fault of the caytiletic convertor being plugged.....heve your system compleatly checked by your local muffler shop if you are unsure of your own thoughts..

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