2009 chevy aveo acceleration problems

Asked by Aug 05, 2019 at 10:39 AM about the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo 5 LS Hatchback FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2009 aveo and last week i realized i had a
transmission leak in both of the front hoses so i
had them replaced and the car ran fine home and
once to get groceries. today i had work, i filled my
tank up and headed in and the car about .5 mile
later started to hesitate to accelerate midway
down the street and then all at once really
accelerate and continued in that mannor about 2/3
of the time barely rolling and 1/3 gassing it.

i opened my hood and oil and transmission fluid
levels are good and i noticed that there were no
leaks from last time, also i realized my o2 censor
on my computer hookup had been cut into and
removed from the hookup it was just dangling and
the pvc shrouding around the outside had been
sliced all the way down.

i’m not sure if this is an issue because of the o2
wire being unconnected or an engine/transmission
issue or something unrelated.

after testing my fluids i sat back in the running
vehicle and it struggled and stalled while parked.

any help would be appreciated. if i can elaborate
further i will.

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