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2002 V8 Grand Cherokee Overland will start, but dies out if I press on the accelerator and then take my foot off the accelerator. As RPMs decrease, the car stalls out. The battery is new.

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Take your vehicle to WALTS AUTOMOTIVE and have him check the THROTTLE POSITION SENSER,sounds like that may be your problem.GOOD LUCK!! CJQUALL

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Have you checked the air filter?

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