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Hesitation Problem while accerating

I have a hesitation problem when accelerating heavily in my 2006 Mustang GT. When I first bought the car I had a cam sensor problem and had the dealership fix it and ever since I have had this hesitation problem.My car has a dyno tune on it and it is still there and I am surprised when they dynod it they did not catch it.

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Maybe one or more of the injection nozzles is clogged so when you acclerat it dosent deliver sufficient fuel

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