Question about 2006 Ford Ranger
It could be a couple of things... perhaps a Throttle Position Sensor or a catalytic converter...
The good news is that if you have a check engine light coming on, then you've got an OBDII code. If you don't have an OBDII reader, many parts stores provide an OBDII reading for free. That should help you to narrow down potential issues.
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