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Truck starts bucking off and on when calling for power on hills

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 How long since it has had regular maintenance?you will need to supply more information. 

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Was having a slight hitch when accelerating up hills then the other day my cat got red hot and it would barely run, now i fixed the cat problem but it wont start, any tips?

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Going up hill, the truck starts to buck its not shifting out of over drive?

I don't know year--make--model? If you shift from od to d, does the problem go away? If so, I agree with you, sounds like a tranny issue.

I used to have a vehicle that did the same thing, Always on the same steep hill. I'd shift into D until I crested the hill then back into od.

I realize my post doesn't help you fix it.

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My 94 ford explorer has no power going up hills.and it starts to sputter, everyone i know is telling me its the transmission. but its not bucking. i would appreciate any help at all.

if you engine is not racing going up hills its not the transmission, change the fuel filter, or maybe a vaccuum hose is unhooked under the hood

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