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My car is starting.but you press on the accelerator, it is not going fast. it is just rolling even when you try to put it in a higher gear.

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Hi...

this is because
1. the wire coonecting your pedal and engine may got loosend up due to some problem.
2.may be wire may be damaged.replace and check t.
3.check all linkages which moves the fuel rack so that right amount of fuel is goin inside for firing.

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