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Must be some bad information getting to the ecu. Bad conections due to salt corrosion may be the cause. Bright metal contacts are essential for correct transmission of information from sensors to and from the ECU (brain). I'd take it to your auto parts store ask them to read the Ecu error codes. It may help isolate the problem. Sounds like fuel supply system problems.
when you accelerate the torque(twisting motion)is lifting the front of the car(hence wheelspin), taking the weight off the lower control arms(no weight = more movement)so when you coast, the full front end weight is on the front suspension = no shake....
If the check engine light is on, take the car to an autoparts store and have them use a scan tool to retrieve any fault code(s) that are stored in the computer. Most parts stores offer this service at no charge and the code(s) will help narrow down the problem. (i.e. bad throttle position sensor, etc.) Sure hope this helps you find a resolution to your problem. Best wishes.