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...
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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tell me what you done is check engine light on go to auto zone they will put a code reader on it for free tell me what codes come of it dont let them sell you anything ok get back to me i can help you im a mechanic
think the gearbox needs a overhaul but as this vehicle is a 1986 then its not worth repairing as the market value is a max of 500 euros and thats only with a years roadworthy inspection certificate and it works ok, in this condition like yours its a scrapper
There can be many reasons but you can start up to check from the following tips.
If there has not been a full overhauling on the vehicle after it had clocked a high then the main moving parts must be checked one by one for any friction or wrong alignment.
Check the wheels the wheel bearings, the brakes, if holding on after being applied. Remove and reset.
Check the engine conditions, check the fuel settings, the timings, if the engine has clocked over 60000 then the timing belts must be changed. check/change the oils the fluids.
Make sure the engine is healthy with a good compression, good valve settings. good oil pressure.
The engine torque must come back once the trimming is done with a good calibration of the fuel settings.
If the vehicle is an automatic and you start it and it jerks, there is something wrong with the transistor on the transmission which is somehow allowing it to engage a drive gear hence the losing power since the engine is trying to start while it is gear, cant turn over fully and fast enough to start with it in gear or slightly in gear. I would advise having a mechanic look at the transmission, might require an overhaul or just a transistor. Good Luck.
It's quite possible that your A/C compressor is locking up, thereby causing excessive load on the engine.(translates into lack of power to drive wheels) Typically there are signs, such as the noises you heard, or a slipping or thrown belt. If the compressor is locking up, being belt driven it will draw excess power from the engine. It's also possible that the compressor clutch in conjunction with compressor is going bad as well (both are usually related). That would cause excessive amperage to be drawn through the circuit, thereby blowing the fuse. Ultimately, it sounds like you have figured out your own problem, but I hope what I've posted helps.