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1997 pontiac grand prix gt 3800, having accelaration problem and engine will not idle it dies when i let off the gas pedal

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    When engine is hot and i press on gas pedal no accelaration fom engine. i can press pedal all the way to the floor and engine does not change rev.

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Check the mass air flow sensor on the throttle body. It may need cleaning or replaced if the filament is broken.

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