Q: I have a 95 Honda Accord I recently drove through a flooded area the car will start but it won't go over 20 miles per hour without

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I have a 95 Honda Accord I recently drove through a flooded area the car will start but it won't go over 20 miles per hour without cutting off can you help me please

My car has 304000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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