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If the engine is revving up but the vehicle is not moving and the transmission fluid is at the proper level most likely this is an internal clutch fault as the clutches in the transmission can burn or fail and cause this here under load.The transmission would need to be inspected further internally to locate the damaged components then from there repair them to correct this fault here.
If the engine is bogging down when the engine is revved up with this issue here this can indicate a fault with the transmission torque converter itself as I have seen fail before needing replaced.
These are the most common causes for this type of fault here.
The transmission will have to be inspected/tested further to locate the source of the fault then from there repaired to correct this issue here.This may involve removing the transmission for further diagnosis and repair internally.
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