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Revs wont go higher than 2000rpm

I pull up to a stop sign and give the car gas. If I put my foot to the floor with the clutch in, the vehicle will not go past 2000rpm and it sputters very badly. It seems to go like putt,putt,putt. It quits when I take my foot off the gas and the car then runs normal. Techs cannot find the problem.

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Sounds like a MAF sensor problem, clean it 1st, if no change replace it.

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