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Slow pick-up, high rpm

I have Hyundai Elantra 2003 with 88,000 miles on it. The pick up is really bad and the rpm goes quite high when I go from 20mph to higher... also the gear shifting is slow and the car subtly jerks during the shift. What could be the problem?

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Do a full Service air filter oil transmission oil brake fluid radiator the 9 yards this should help some if not then you should take it to a mechanic to have your transmission tested or you can use lucas transmission stop slip

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It seems as though the Transmission clutches are slipping if it's an automatic or the clutch is worn if it's a standard. If it's an automatic transmission check the Transmission oil it should be clean and no burnt smell. You will easily recognize burnt oil by it's nasty smell.

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