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Starts to feel like engine is going to give out while driving down the road but never stalls out. had throttle position sensor placed engine light went off but came back on later that day(mechanic hooked computer and said he would have to run more tests to be sure but it usually is the tps, so he would fix that).day before this started had oil change

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