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My 02 jeep GC is not giving me enough power

My 02 jeep is not giving enough power everytime i step on gas it takes a while to accelerate is it because of transmission fluid? and my engine light is on i already change the oil ,i dont know whats wrong?

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If your fluid level is ok then it's not the fluid. Go to any Autozone and ask them to check your Jeep for fault codes, they will do this for free. This will tell you why the engine light is on.

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The raves hardly exceed 3.500 and speed hardly exceeds 110km/hr

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