05 Acura tl 6 spd will not accelerate v6-3.2l clutches 20...

Q: 05 Acura tl 6 spd will not accelerate

asked by on August 26, 2017

Car goes in gear smoothly but not accelerating barely moving
My car has a manual transmission.

First see if engine will rev up out of gear to see f problem is engine throttle or you have a slipping transmission clutch. If engine runs good and revs normally then have the transmission clutch checked for needing replacement.

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