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2002 hyundai accent gs is gutless. i lose 35 kmh in a small to medium hill. have to shift down to second gear.(standard). takes off gutless even on a slight slope and the rpm's don't go over 45000 rpm in any gear no matter how long u floor it. but it revv's up in neutral just fine into the red.i've changed alot of little parts but nothin worked

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Did you check you gear oil? how many miles does it have, sounds like your clutch is going out..

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