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Low power can't accelerate ch engine light jus came on hour ago

Driving out of driveway when ck engine came on and low power light? also trac brake light came on tried to accelerate and wouldn't go very fast turned around came home, engine won't even rev past 2rpms whatz up?? anyone

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  • jordontomko Jan 26, 2009

    my truck is 2002 yukon 90,000 miles as of today ~j.tomko

  • jordontomko Jan 28, 2009

    thanks Rich~actually i just took it in and they said the low power was from the throttle body,it was shot,going to replace as well as battery

  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    I cant accelerate - the only way to move is to rev with my foot to the floor. any ideas? thanks

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Hello;
You need to have the codes pulled and diagnoised. It could be the cam sensor, fuel pump, fuel filter, or the catalytic convertor as well as a combination. Have you cleaned your Mass air sensor?
Hope this helps;
Rich
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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