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Sound like oxygen sensor problem

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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: loss of power climbing hills. Replaced the

check catalitic converter,could be partially plugged

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 1989 mazda truck 4clyin. 5 speed and the

most of the time that is the clutch causing it to do that. trying going up a hill again in frist and push the gas to the floor if the rpm rev up real high like the truck is in neutral then you need a new clutch. try the engine restore it comes in a sliver can your local auto store will have it. it is about $6 a can. but other than that you might just have to rebuild the motor. hope this helps

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SOURCE: my ford focus tdci 1.6 starts with alot of white

interior engine problem most probably head gasket, sorry

Posted on May 24, 2010

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SOURCE: what could be causing lack of power

change fuel filter to start. could be a sensor problem, i.e. throttle position sensor. check engine light staying on ? any codes from OBDII?

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