car not wanting to move very easy

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Asked by Sep 19, 2009 at 10:36 PM about the Nissan 240SX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

when i tried to drive the car it dies when trying to take off in 1st or reverse if i rev it up to 5000rpms it barely makes it to10 mph so i dont know whats going on

8 Answers

505

Sounds like the breaks are binding up

5

tranny's fucked

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the breaks where locked up got them lossend and it still did the same thing but the trans has 187k never has been rebuilt but if it is toast, i have a second trans

5

its your transmissions, get it rebuilt

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on craigs list they sell sr20 trannys for around $250-$300 with around 50k-60k on them. Seems cheaper than a rebuild to me.

5

does the car sound deeper than it did before? could just be a coilpack..

35

by the way the car has a ka24e sohc

5

check all your injectors and make sure they are plugged in, and that your maf sensor is working, then go from there.

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