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Car keeps dieing

Replaced the tps in my 1993 concorde and it dies when in park. Before it dies it sputters and almost dies then catches itself repeatedly. I ran codes and it said I had low or high voltage to tps and I was missing on more than one cylinder

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These cars are bad about plug wires. You need to find out what the voltage is on your tps. There is a test you can run on the tps if you have a volt ohm meter. Sounds like you need a good major tune up, which includes plugs, wires, clean the throttle bodies.

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