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1. Fuel filter a clogged fuel filter will cause restriction in the lines and starve a vehicle for fuel causing hesitation.
2. a weak fuel pump if your fuel pump is going sometimes it can not supply the proper fuel and pressure.
3. water in your gas can cause this as well depending on how long you have had this problem especially if it started right after you filled your tank.
4. Spark plugs and wires basically a tune up.
check fuel filter. it is starving for fuel. unless the fuel pump is bad. check filter first, then go from there. symtoms of a bad coolant sensor--poor cold idle, stalling, rich mixture retarded timing, slow idle speed, cold hesitation or stumble, poor fuel milage.
Try changeing the fuel filter, then the fuel pump, if that helps then you will need to do a top engine clean to fix the issure. computer can't change timing with to much carbon build up nd throws al sensors off.