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Hello @AKR,

I'm driving a Jeep Cherokee (Liberty) 2009, Stock. 140K KM on the clock.

Today I went to my first newbie drive today, unfortunately I got stuck a couple of times on just a few minutes after starting the drive.It feels like lackig of power and getting stuck easily.

 @Srikumar mentioned that you had similar issues on your car, Anything else apart from replacing the O2 sensor you did to fix the issue on your car?

Hope you can share some light here, I really feel bad today to not be able to complete the drive.

Thanks!

Carlos

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@Juan Carlos Elizalde Reyes you can see the comments of AKR in the below thread. After changing the O2 sensor it made a big difference. Also, you need to change your tyres and while you are at it, I might suggest to look some better brand of tyres like Yokohama AT or Michellin. 

 

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