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My rpm drops as I accelerate speed over 300 rpm reading. The rpm drops-down badly & very fast. The engine sometimes stops. I need to re-start the engine once power lost. The car cannot climb on steep roads also because as I accelerate speed the rpm continue to drop badly. What's the problem? Is it with the servo? or with my automatic transmission? Please help.... Thanx

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