Q: If you replace both engine and transmission and still have reduced engine power, what do you do

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The car engine power has dropped to 35 mph. I have just put in a rebuilt engine and rebuilt transmission and still receiving reduced engine power. Should that still happen. What should be looked at next

My car has 200 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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