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2010 nissan rogue is slow accelerating when gas is pressed, VDC light comes on, what is causing this?

Once the gas is pressed, the vehicle is slow in accelerating. Once it does accelerate it is ok until vehicle stops or slows down

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When VDC light is on, it means Vehicle Dynamic Control is engaged and it puts resistant on wheels to reduce slipping.
This is the reason to cause slow acceleration. If you have OBD reader, you may find out why VDC is on; otherwise, ask someone has experience on mechanic for consulting.
VDC issue needs to be resolved or you will consume more gas and wear the car faster.

Posted on Nov 26, 2014

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SOURCE: When i make a complete stop the cart takes a while to accelerate?

Millions of cars have that issue

The Evap System, will most easily be diagnosed &
your Gross Leak resolved,if you have a repair shop
with an EVAP Smoke Machine put on that system

The Gas Cap would be a PO442 (small leak) The way you
remember is, from the Hurst Olds 442, from the 1960's

The smoke test will blow some out the place of the leak,
like a rotted hose or broken evap valve.


Slow Acceleration---you work on after all check light issues
are resolved such as the evap leak.

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a number of things is ck engin light on

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SOURCE: Temperature level spiking when accelerating

sounds like your thermostat may be stuck shut, blocking the flow of coolant through your engine block. it cools down again because of the cool air coming through the rad.

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SOURCE: slow acceleration at times from stop starts and

After changing the Alternator Belt on Oct.10,2009, my car 2001 Nissan Sentra GXE frequently stopped at redlight signals but I was able to restart immediately.My mechanic raised the idle running rpm but after running for about 40 miles the problem persisted.Last week he changed the sensor but that hasn't helped.He says that the computer does not indicate the problem and is not able to pinpiont where the actual defect lies.Could you please help in solving this as I am moving out of the country and trying to sell the car.Thanks.
K.V.

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SOURCE: 1987 nissan pu will not accelerate properly.

Most likely ignition. Check fuel pressure while driving,with a gauge taped to windshield.

Posted on Mar 15, 2010

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