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1999 honda accord v6 idles rougn in park but not in drive

Car drives by its self with no help from me pressing on the pedal what is the fix.

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You probably need to replace the Throttle Position Sensor. Its located opposite the throttle cable on the intake. This sensor tells the computer how far down the accelerator is depressed. When they fail often they send all kinds of erratic signals which makes the computer rev the engine.

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