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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019 Thread Starter
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Need help going crazy

Hope someone can help me figure out what’s going on with my car. It’s a 2015 gt with the performance package. It’s stock beside a jlt cold air intake with a tune for the intake. The car has 25,000 miles on it. The other day while leaving work the car had a weird feel to it. When I took off it felt like I lost most of my torque. The car shifts fine and revs fine but just doesn’t have the power behind it. The clutch also is engaging late. I have no bad smells or any slip in the clutch. Shifting gears are fine. I don’t know what could be causing it. I have tried to look online and I can’t find anyone with this problem. Help advise would be great.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-20-2019
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From the title, I thought I might be able to help, but I'm not sure I can solve your actual problem. I am overqualified for helping people go crazy though... just ask my ex!


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What kind of climate do you live in? Did it recently become hot and humid? Any change in altitude?

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Man, I rarely need help going crazy but one question...is it throwing any codes? If you don't have a reader, usually Autozone type places will hook you up for free. That can tell you a lot.
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Sounds like the clutch is gone,,,, Are you the original owner?

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Have you toggled the engine into the "snow/rain" mode?

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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-23-2019
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I am no mechanic, but i had similar issues in another car a long time ago. It was a sensor, can't remember which one. My bet is a sensor for air or fuel is bad. Could try to go to parts store and have them run a scan on the car. Other than that go to the dealer. Maybe check them out for cleaing too, throttle body, etc. Again, just thoughts from experience.
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This may not help your sanity but is a brake caliper hanging up.

3 days and no activity from the OP. I guess it's fixed.

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