are there other things besides sticking brake caliper that could cause car to feel like its dragging down speed after accelerrating up to speed limit

Asked by Sep 18, 2015 at 08:11 PM about the Hyundai XG350

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timming retarted...low tires...and ......

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Mapping sensor, speed control sensor, O2 Sensors, clogged air filter, fuel pump, fuel filter, timing, accelerator sensor, accelerator control sensor and bad gas / as for bad gas means water in gas, tune up, these make your car drag

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