Why would my Ford Thunderbird not accelerate from 20-25 but rev really high, sporadically. When it's "hanging" sometimes it catches then accelerates just fine.

Asked by Apr 24, 2016 at 05:46 PM about the Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car occasional will "hang" between 20-25, and not accelerate. While it's doing this the engine revs really high. It's almost like it catches and then will be ok.

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Transmission slipping, check the trans fluid level.

Had this problem in my 06 Chevrolet Impala. First thing first is check your transmission fluid levels. I had a leak in mine and promptly had to constantly refill it. If the problem persists the bands/clutches in your transmission might be worn.

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