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2001 chevy tahoe after driving the vehicle

2001 chevy tahoe after driving the vehicle looses power. put it in nutral and turn it off then restart the engine and put it back in gear vehicle runs fine for a while again then it repeats when it looses power the more you push pedal the more it slowes down but if you let off it will run ok but wont accelerate

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Throttle position sensor and other sensors must be tested to establish which are defective.

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