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1996 thunderbird runs ok on flat ground but once warmed up wont go uphill looses power already replaced tranny and same problem. would this be related to some external sensor?

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Check the EGR Valve to see if it is opened when the engine is warmed up

If not that is your problem

If opened that catilytic convertor can be plugged . It will be very hot and when 90 percent plugged uo it will glow like a cherry

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