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94 explorer 4.0L surges at various speeds. If you attempt to accelerate it seems to starve for fuel/air. Most times it slows down as you hit the gas pedal. Same symptoms if you hit the gas in park. Shut it down, wait a minute ,start it back up and it runs good for a few minutes. Checked the exhaust for blockages, checked the fuel system for air bubbles, changed the fuel filter and cleaned the MAF connections.

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Your mass air flow sensor right after the air filter needs to be cleaned i had the same problem

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