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I have a 1996 Honda Accord. The RPMs rev up while driving after car has been driven for over 150 miles. What would cause this and does it affect gas mileage?

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2006-06-03 15:13:51
2006-06-03 15:13:51

IT SOUNDS TO ME LIKE YOUR CLUTCH IS SLIPPING???? IF YOU GOT A 5 SPEED TRANSMISSION START THE CAR PUT IT IN 1ST AND DRIVE THE CAR 5-10 MPH THEN IN 2ND PUSH THE GAS ALL THE WAY DOWN. IF THE RPM REVS HIGH AND THE CAR IS NOT TAKING OFF THERE IS YOUR PROB. IF YOU GOT AN AUTO JUST PUSH GAS PEDAL DOWN AND CHECK FOR THE SAME. I HOPE I WAS OF HELP? JOSE

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