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BUCKING AT HIGHWAY SPEED AND THEN STALL

Vehicle starts to buck when getting to about 65-75 on the freeway vehicle starts to buck badly and then stalls. Only had a check engine light come on once which was a p0123 tps sensor code, I have replaced the sensor and it worked for a couple of days and now is acting up again. Not sure where to check next.



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The tps works in conjunction with the pcm . the you try hooking it up tp the computer again.

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