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Ok so my 2000 Mitsubishi gallant was giving me problems starting and staying started after replacing the intake manifold tuning it up testing the fuel pump and experimenting for hours i finaly got it down my throttle position scesor is bad im not sure if thats the correct name for it wat is it called its connected to the throttle body and next to the coils for spark plugs its a black peice connected to the throttle body wat is it called

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