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Old 11-23-2015, 02:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I'd just like to point out this is my first car, so I am not very experienced.

about my car: dual fuel - LPG & Petrol. cat: D. 1.5 GLX 2006

my problem is:

I normally run my car on LPG but I had run out of LPG and I was on the way to top it up so I was running my car on Petrol. and my car was approaching a Hill and my car would not get any power I would put my foot onto the accelerator but it would only receive like 30% of the power and the RPM would go up to like easily 7K. i have put some pictures below.

also when I pulled up the hood of the car I could smell something it was like a burning smell ?

I've attached some pictures When I Put my foot down you'll see the high revs.

this has only happened to me 3 times and it is very rare ive had the car for like 3 months now.



could you please help ?
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Old 11-23-2015, 03:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This sounds like a transmission or clutch issue.

Auto or manual trans?
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This sounds like a transmission or clutch issue.

Auto or manual trans?
Hi its an manual . any suggestions?
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Sounds like the clutch is slipping. What mileage does it have. Any history if it's been changed before.
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Sounds like the clutch is slipping. What mileage does it have. Any history if it's been changed before.
Hi, thank you for the reply the milage is around 112k, is that bad?
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Sounds like the clutch is slipping. What mileage does it have. Any history if it's been changed before.
Also there has been no history of if being changed before.
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Miles or kilometres that seems pretty good if its still on it's first clutch.
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Miles or kilometres that seems pretty good if its still on it's first clutch.
Miles sorry
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Clutch longevity depends on driving style, terrain, trailering or not, and whether subjected to extensive stop-and-go motoring.

Your mileage is probably average for normal to excessive usage replacement needs.

I suggest a more in-depth local diagnosis from a transmission shop.
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I concur. Clutch = toast
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