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2001 daewoo lanos

Car starts fine & idle fine but when the gas is pressed it bears down, and when put in gear is pulls slowly off.

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Is the car is idling o.k between 750-850 rpm, before you pull away? if it isn't then check your plugs injectors idle control. if it is but the car move's slowly away and you are using high revs it could be a slipping clutch or if automatic transmission worn bands or torq converter. also check for breaks binding.

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