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My car is an automatic hyundai and starts every time but when i put my foot on the accelerator there is no power and will barely move 2mph

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# one cause is it sounds like yo have a restricted exhaust sys see if you can remove the converter and check it out if it is colapsed on the inside

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Hi, this sounds like a problem with the transmision,check the fluid level,if no fluid is needed you should get the car checked by a good mechanic..........good luck.......

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