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Old 05-24-2006, 01:20 AM   #1
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should i be worried??

okay my car feels slower then usual.. uhm when i'm climbing a hill and its like on fourth gear it sorta grindz, then when it down shifts it goes away?


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Re: should i be worried??

i had a similar problem with my firebird, and it turned out i was droppin a cyllinder...not sure if thats the same problem with u, but i also had a lot of other problems with that car too....
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