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I have a 2004 duramax, when i get on it to pass it will only get to 65mph and then loss of power and pedal goes to floor.

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This is usually caused by your fuel filter plugging. I had the same thing happen. If I recall right It's called "limp mode" when the engine is starving for fuel, so it won't go over 65mph. If you stop and shut the vehicle off it usually resets when you restart it. I changed my fuel filter and it worked fine. Hope that helps.

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