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Power lose in the engine just for first 100 meters

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My problem with my kia portage is that without load engine execrates smoothly as I go for D position and start to move I can see power lose in the engine just for first 100 meters and then it appears again when shifting to upper speed but with out any load it goes very nice and sooth up to even red scale of engine rpm


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After the car has been running for a little while look under the car and see if the catalytic converter is glowing red.

A clogged converter will loose power on hills and make the vehicle seem like it has no power.

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2000 kia will start but it run when u give it gas it goes deadto start u have to hold gas down to floor

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