It loses power because going uphill is harder then going downhill therefore causing it to use more gas and then making it lose power bit by bit.
If a car shakes and loses power when idling it can be the spark plug. If a spark plug is fouling, it can cause power losses.
A power loss can be from a dead or almost-dead battery. If the car loses power on a hill, it might be a fuel injector or fuel pump, if I'm not mistaken.
Try changing the fuel filter.
fuel filter could be clogged or the fuel pump is going out on it.
With my 05' trailblazer I determined that it was 2 things,my oxygen sensor and cat converter,my step father says that it is the cat converter and he is ASE cert. mechanic,but i replaced the cat,the smell went away,i replaced the sensor and the car works fine!
Same as any car with power steering. You can continue to steer the car but with increased effort.
what year is your car and engine cylinders
Nobody, because you never knew that the car was going to lose control!
hi, it could be your air flow meter / air flow sensor if it's a late model car same problem happened to me in my 96 landcruiser.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
First off what kind of car is it? 1. try putting it in a low gear. 2 check your transmission fluid level it could be low. Camaro z28 5 speed. When it is under load as the revs increase it looses power? Exhaust?