2007 Suzuki Reno revs to 3+ RPM's and struggles to get past 15 MPH

Asked by Jan 24, 2018 at 09:50 AM about the 2007 Suzuki Reno

Question type: General

My car has been having an intermittent problem. I press the gas pedal and
begin acceleration, but then it starts revving high and struggles to get past
15 MPH. It does make it without any kind of violent jerking/jumping, but I
wouldn't say it was a smooth transition either. The catalytic converter and 02
sensors were replaced a couple of weeks ago. This revving issue is one of
the main reasons I took it in to begin with and there was a CEL on then.
There is no CEL. I believe my TF levels are fine. The mechanic is keeping it
for the day since the problem is intermittent, but what can I expect for
possible reasons for this issue?  SIDE NOTE: though intermittent I think
most of the time the issues happen after I've driven up a hill and then down
the hill or it levels out. Hope that makes sense.

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