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Question by  endolvr (31)

Why does my car experience loss of power when accelerating?


Answer by  classiccarenthusiast (12)

The faster you go, the bigger the aerodynamic drag. This means your car consumes more fuel. If the fuelpump of your car is getting weak or the fuel filter is jammed, this might result in a loss of power, feeling as like you would gently put your feet on the break, although it's on the gas pedal.


Answer by  MrSuperior85 (140)

First you have to check the battery terminals if they are proper fixed or you have to check the fuse box there might be a fuse lose from its holder.


Answer by  MattK (1713)

You car could be experiencing loss of power when accelerating since you are accelerating straight up a 60 degree incline.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Well it sounds like you have a over rich condition. This occurs when the engine gets more fuel than it can burn during ignition. , Typically this is due top a timing or ignition issue. Check your plugs and their gaps as well as make sure the engine is in time.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

You need to take it in to have it looked at. There could be anything wrong with it. The professional will be able to tell you what is wrong.

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