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Sluggish i have a 2000 ford taurus when taking off it has no power rpm goes up to 4000 then it swithes gears and even then it still lackspower what if any answers are there

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  • ttall8ball Jul 30, 2008

    I have the same problem with mine also get codes P0453,P0411 and P0122

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It sounds like the torque converter on the transmission is misfiring, have it checked for codes.

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