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On take off, the car bogs down to like 500 rpm, so i have to rev it up to like 2k rpm in neutral and then pop into drive to get rolling. gas filter brand new, brand new air filter, running out of places to look any help would be great 1997 subaru outback sport 2.2L AWD

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Stop driving and check your transmission fluid right away. you probably have a leak or a blocked valve body. if the fluid is up what does it smell like? and what color is it? If it sticks like burnt toast or is a dark opaque colour then get it to a shop before you get stranded somewhere.
If the fluid is up and clear pink then just schedule an appointment to get the fluids and filter changed by a trans shop , not Mr. Lube. a real trans shop. Hope this helps

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