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Sputtering acceleration 98 toyota corolla. Car idles ok. when you really need power like getting on the freeway it sputters. i changed the spark plugs and rest the battery. the check engine light turned off for a day then came back on. its still sputters. when you let off the gas and re-apply the gas it sputters bad.

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Try checking your throttle position sensor

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