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Old 03-11-2012, 07:18 PM   #1
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here is my dilemma

I have 2001 wrangler tj. 4 cyl.2.5 / 58.000 mi., my jeep loses power on any "slight" uphill on highway it goes from "55mph" to say about "35mph" and i cannot get it to go any more faster even at a lower gear, does anyone have any suggestions on what may be causing this? (but never a problem on straight surface highway)flawless on flat surface highway. Please let me know.

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Post your question in the TJ tech section, it will get more hits there. This is the site computer help section.
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