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2006 Tucson Upshifting

I have a 2006 2.0L Tucson. It ride fine, but I have been noticing when accelerating, the RPMs rise quickly w/o shifting. I have to back off the pedal to have it shift up. What's up with that? It has 30k miles

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Sounds like throttle position sensor malfunctioning. should still be under warranty.

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