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My 2001 grand am se is losen power going up hills

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Sounds like it time to service the transmission

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There are two reasons for the same.....
1. No compression in th eengine... You will have to get new piston rings.

2. The clutch pressure plates hace worn off.. you will have to get them changed.
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