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We have a nissan 2002 altima that looses power going up a bit of a hill. It starts ok but the battery doesn't keep the charge and the altinator has been replaced. No power when stepping on the gas pedal, what could be the problem?

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Please check the throttle valve connections and make sure it's working properly.Since there is no power gain during hill climb, the desired torque is not achieved due to excessive wear of gear tooth or due to the problem with the clutch plate.Please make sure these are properly working.

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