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My freelander 1998 has lost power, can no longer climb any slope without the engine going off. You step on the accelerator and hits the floor without giving any power to the car. Continous pumping will release sudden power to the car. It is parked and I seek your technical advice and guidance.

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You might want to check the psi on the fuel pump. If the filter hasn't been changed in a long time it may have taken the life out of the pump.

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