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If I accelerate my Mazda MPV 2005 after 3, 000 RPM, the engine shuts off, or if a suddenly accelerate to change lane and it passes , 3,000 RPM the same happens. I dont think is a mechanical problem because the Van works perfect when I dont have to do a sudden aceleration. Can it be a sensor??/and what type?

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Check the engine speed sensor or pick up

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