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I have a problem that occurs intermittently, and therefore would be difficult for a mechanic to necessarily find. Sometimes, when my car is started "cold," the car will lose power when I put my foot on the accelerator . I live naer the road and when I turn right to head out, That's where the power loss occurs from time to time. The car doesn't stall, but I put the accelerator further and further down, and then after a three-second hesitation, the cars gets power back and everything is fine (and it doesn't do it again the rest of the trip). It happens most often when the A/C is on, but doesn't happen every time, just sometimes. What could it be an indication of?

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I don't think you're supposed to do a cold start. That just means you have a huge compressor. My Honda Element HATES it when I have the A/C on. It's like the A/C drains almost all of the power out of the car.

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