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When am pulling of my car is moving very slowly and cannot climb small hill

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Please ask a local mechanic to have a look here as too many faults could cause this and it needs a professional to try to determine the fault

Posted on Nov 16, 2013

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SOURCE: lose of power when climbing hill.

sounds like your trans is going bad

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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SOURCE: lacks power

after the blue indicator went out, the power came back. Must be a cold run inhibitor

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SOURCE: car lurches and bucks, rpms erratic on acceleration on hills

You could have any of these problems:
1) vacuum leak- broken air hose or disconnected air hose.
2) water in the gasoline- add a water remover to you gas tank.
3) bad or disconnected spark plug wire(s).
If this were my Forester, I'd take it to a mechanic who has a electronic engine tester..

Posted on May 07, 2009

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