Going up a hill requires just a little more fuel. If the fuel filter is partially blocked you might not be able to get that extra when you need it. If you haven't changed the filter for a while, I'd try that. It can also be spark plugs but you would notice that any time you stepped on the gas hard.
check your distibutor for a loose pick up. alot off time vehicle will run fine but loss of power under load
If the timing is set correctly then you should check your catalytic converter. When the cat gets partially clogged the car will lose power only when going up hill. ( example: you are going 55 mph at the bottom of the hill by the time the car gets to the top you are going 45 mph. ) check manifold vacuum, if at 2000 rpm vacuum starts to go down to lower than 17hg then you should have the converter checked by a muffler shop.
Also this could be caused by the mass air flow sensor. I was having the same issue with my 98 jimmy. I bought some maf cleaner and havn't had the problem since.
Could be that your alternator is not working so you only have the power of your battery keeping you going for 1 hour.
why would my starter wire burn, going from starter to battery
bad starter or starter solenoid.
what would cause a 150cc scooter to lose power?
The torque converter might be going. but first check your fluid level.
sounds like a blown fuse. chec under hood and under dash fuses.
There are several reasons that made cause an automobile to lose power going up a hill. The most common reason is a lack of fuel, caused by a plugged fuel filter.
Broken rotor button.
low fluid would cause this or the pump could be going out
Fuel Pump problem or clogged converter
the most likely cause of that would be the power steering pump failing.
Is your transmission fluid full?
check for power i had a problem with one in my shop i had no power to the unit i belive it should be the larger orange wire from connector back probe it mine was broken under drivers feet cheers man good luck
W/o power going through, it won't burn out. It may shake itself to bits, corrode, or fail through other mechanical reasons. But burn out require power through it.
probably because your transmission is going out.
low or leaking power steerinng pump fluid or hoses, loose belt on power steering belt or power steering pump going bad
NO it would not.
CHECK BOTH FUSE BOXES, ONE IS UNDER THE HOOD ( FUSE AND RELAYS ) THE OTHER IS AT THE DRIVERS DOOR IN THE SIDE OF THE DASH
The most common problems will be with either the power or the ground going to the the blower motor.................
Going off the end of the JC2 I would say yes :)
"If Jimmy was going to jump off a cliff, would you do that too?"
Not enough horse power or in the wrong gear.
I had this problem several times and brought it to my mechanic. He informed me that the clutch was going bad thus resulting in a loss of power. Fixed the clutch and my problem dissappeared!
Without more specific information, I'm going to take a guess and say it is wired backwards.