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At 40 klm per hr i get hesitation and at 80 if i hold steady. at 100 it runs great. no problem with hesitation if i take it up to 100 qiuckly. only if you hold it steady at lower speeds

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Have the voltage checked on the TPS. If it has an open circuit which is very possible at all areas of the internal reostat it will make the vehicle run such as yours does now

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