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Speed Throttle Hi, At the speed of between 40mph and 55mph the speed throttle seems to minimize (almost like loosing some power). Speeds lower or higher seem to be fine. Is this normal or do I need some type of maintenance service or repair? Please advise. Thank you.

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Have the throttle position sensor checked.If that is ok, it needs further testing.

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