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When driving engine revs go up but car does not speed up strait away

When accelerating the revs go up but the car does not accelerate

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Transmission is slipping possibly

No fix ---but a complete rebuild if that
is the case

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Check your coil packs and MAF sensor.

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SOURCE: When I try to accelerate my car has no power!

There could be a couple of reasons. Yes a tune up would be nice. But my not fix the problem. If you are not losing acceleration on straight away but on hill, then it could be the torqe converter. Also have your MASS airflow sensor checked and air filter.

Also check your fuel pressure at the fuel rail. Get a fuel gauge and look for a port on the fuel rail for a port that looks like the valve on the tire. Screw it in and crank the car. You will have to call the part store to find out what pressure it is supposed to be. If there is low or eratic pressure the its the filter or pump

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Car is stalling while driving

Fuel filter?

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

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SOURCE: NISSAN PRIMERA 2000

Sounds like you have more power in the upper RPM's. Alot of cars feel the power band with-in 4K-5K RPM.

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Vibration on acceleration

when some vheel missing weight , the vibration begins at 40-45 mph, now if begins at any moment of acceleration ,check inner drive shafts , no outer joints

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: engine stutter in drive

two things may cause this stuttering. 1) worn or severed engine mounts and or pours or leaking high tension leads spark plug wires

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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