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automatic i assume? the trans could be slipping if trans fluid is brownish red and smells kinda like burnt catpiss that is an indacation . if someone tells you its slipping and needs to be replaced put new trans filter and fluid change first i have had alot of success with tranies just doing that and its relatively cheap
Try replacing the fusible links down by the starter. There are 2 and they look like a round rubber plug. Cut them out and splice the wires together. If they aren't there check the wire splices for corrosion. Use shrink tubeto cover the splices. Hope this helps.
If the bat went dead and was disconnected it can take 25 to 50 miles of driving for computer to reset sensors and controls. Sounds like MAF Sensor maybe reading different than when it was first driven. Did you drastically change climates or altitudes, New readings from when it originally was put into service. Slight changes in temp, alt and other variables gradually reset, if driving does not improve within 50 miles it will need diagnostics.