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Loss of power climbing hills. Replaced the loss of power climbing hills. Replaced the transmission 2 years ago. Could it just be a dirty fuel filter or a bigger problem?

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I got this, and it was a failed trans shift solenoid no 1. This rendered the trans unable to find low gears. However there should be a trouble code notified by a light on the dash.

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check catalitic converter,could be partially plugged

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When going up hills I lose momentum I changed the plugs,wires, and 02 sensor and it goes up to 3 rpms why isn't it fixed?


First check for any codes, then test vacuum with a good vac guage. When reving engine the vacuum should drop and then climb back up. Check for vacume leaks by spraying carb cleaner at any vacume hoses and intake areas but not at air filter.

then also check compression as well as look at spark plugs to see that they are all tan and no differences in any one. Go to YouTube and search for how to test engine with a vacuum gauge.

Most any problem with an engine can be diagnosed with a vacuums gauge but do use a second test method as you have learned replacing parts hoping to fix a problem is costly.

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I own a husquavarna 2009 4414 xp I'm having


Sounds like fuel starvation, change the fuel filer.

May 20, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Loss of power when going up


in the first place you must change the filter and the transmission oil in your automatic gear box , if the problem persists and your gear box shift not the gear for climbing hills it is a tehnycal problem with your gear box , but in my opinion ( i had a similar problem with my car ) this is the only problem. God help You ! Sorry for my English !

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Power fadded over a few days now its dead. Fuel Pump?


It's quite possible to ruin a fuel pump by letting it run dry, especially if it already has years of use. When you first turn on the key, leave the door open and see if you can hear a high pitched whine for about three seconds. That would be the pump priming the system. If you don't hear it, then the pump isn't working. Be sure to turn the key of for about 10 seconds before you try listenng again(it has to reset). It can be hard to hear, especially over the key buzzer.

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Loss of power on acceleration. Put new fuel


Probably the ignition timing is not advancing the spark on acceleration or high rpm's.

That is the job of the ECM (Electronic Control Module). Check it / Replace it.

Hope this helps!

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Loss of power climbing hills. Replaced the


check catalitic converter,could be partially plugged

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Loss of power, transmission not shifting


i know the camp verde hill of which you speak , last vehicle in the shop with that same scenario , after doing everything possible including a catalyst check , as we could not duplicate the problem , we replaced fuel pump at owners request and next trip he confirmed it was a fix .

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Temporary loss of power


have fuel pressure checked if ok should be approx 60psi.if ok try disconnecting mass air flow sensor connector to see if problem is eliminated. this the computer in to a default mode.the sensor is a common problem.thanks from schleck

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