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Car revs to high when pressing petal

Himy kangoo van 1.2 revs too high help when pressing accelerator petal, bad on hill starts and hills

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IF IT'S GOT A MANUAL GEAR BOX IT'S PROBABLY THE CLUTCH SLIPPING, YOU WILL NEED A NEW ONE

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