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Nissan Maxima GXE '00 has occasional problems accelerating

Has problems getting to about 40, but once it hits 40 its fine. the engine revs to about 4-5 RPMs in the process. dont know if this has anything to do with it, but it has the problems right after i fill up the tank. although it is an old car it only has about 28,000 miles on it. could it just be the transmission fluid?

if you have an answer please explain fully, bc i know nothing about cars

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PUT A MATCH IN THE GAS TANK THE NEXT TIME U FILL UP AND THEN RUN ABOUT 2 BLOCKS PROBLEM SOLVED

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