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Throttle control motor? No, never heard of one of those. Possibly a Mass Airflow Sensor. It sits inside your throttle body on most cars and measures the airflow into the intake. When it gets dirty or goes bad it really messes your car up. it is either in your throttle body or between the air filter and the throttle body either way it will be pretty simple to remove and clean. If it is your MAF then try to clean it first with MAF cleaner. They do have a cleaner specific for that at the auto parts store. You can usually clean them and be alright. Could save you alot of money. Hope I could be of some help. Good luck