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I have a order coming from the rear of my 1996 Jeep Cherokee Country is it the rear differential? My truck hesitates to accelerate and then it will just take off. What could that be, and yes the engine light goes on and off.

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Throttle position sensor is bad,, or the throttle body just needs a good cleaning,( dont use carb cleaner, use throttle body cleaner)

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