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A/T or M/T
auto or stick
worlds apart,, and im clueless.

and lazy dont work.
the engine makes power, if its weak , rpm dont rise under loads(hills)
if the engine is good, and RPM rises fast and speed does not
that condition is called tranny (or clutch)slip.
lazy ,means nothing, a test driver can hear the engine, see MPH and RPM. all three inputs solve the what is messing up.

got slip or lost engine power.?

Posted on Dec 25, 2013


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