The car loses power while going up hills. Has rough jerks while accelerating and at certain speeds like 75. Loud knocking sounds when jerking. Sometimes it feels like pressing the gas is rough then smooth. Cat converter recently changed so that helped.
My car has 222378 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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