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NO POWER WHEN PRESSING THE GAS DOES NOT ACCELERATE ENGINE REVS HIGH

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If manual transmission, the clutch is slipping. Check for pedal free play (about 1 inch or so). If automatic transmission, the fluid level may be low, or the transmission needs service.

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