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No power going up hills

This one is a manual 5 speed and we've tried most gears, except 5th naturally. on relatively flat and small inclines there is no problem but once you hit hills it just looses all power. seems worst when just setting off up hills. thanks for your advice so far.

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  • redford Jun 29, 2008

    thanks, we've solved our problem. the ignition timing was out

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Just keeps loosing power

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There are two conditions
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pls clean up ur vehicle's HEAD (which mean the spare part immediate attachment to the engine and keep the Nozzle pressure is high )
2)
Get rebour ur engine I mean replace the piston rings

3) (this is for temporerly)
before the hill u stop ur vehicle for some time (say 15 mts) so that ur engine is get cooled after that u have ur driving


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