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Why would a 1997 Grand Prix GT refuse to go over 40 mph even though the RPMs continue to climb during acceleration?

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2005-04-23 22:40:43
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The reason the rpm will go up but the car doesn't go higher than 40mph, may be that the transmission gears are burnt. you should take it to a transmission specialist to get a better diagnose. Burnt or low tranny fluid i would say that you have a plugged catylatic converter. your rpms will increase and you gain no speed

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