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PROBLEM COULD BE DIRTY CLOGGED FUEL INJECTORS.STOPPED UP FUEL FILTER.BAD COIL AND BAD PLUGS AND WIRES.

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The first thing that comes to my mind is "45 MPH"... and let me explain why.....

Your engine you said is running GREAT so a MPH is not going to effect the running of the Car but what happens @ 45 MPH you ask?

Your Torque Converter goes into Lock up.... If the Torque Converter is slipping in and out of lock up, you are going to have an irregular pulsating of the engine playing catch up.

you need to do this, try and drive the vehicle (you did not say what kind of vehicle it is), and drive it without the OVERDRIVE On...

So drive it and see if it is RPM RELATED. If there is no CHUG and you can go all the way to 55-60 without issue, Slow down below 45 and put the OD IN and accellerate and see what happens..

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If it does not happen with it OUT of OD, then what you probably have is a Torque Converter Failing...

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