Q: Why wouldn't my car have any power when pressing on the gas pedal?

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When I press on the gas the car has no power at all but it still revs. The day before I spent all day trying to jump start or just trying to start it and pumped the gas a few times to help. What is causing it to have no power tho? My car has an automatic transmission.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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