Question about 1999 Mazda Pickup
You have a problem in the speed sensor.
The sensor is mounted at the rear of the transmission and is turned by a nylon gear.
I suspect that you may have some worn parts in the transmission that may be allowing the gear to gear contact to the speed sensor to slip.
You could try to replace the speed sensor and the sensor gear only as the new gear may allow better contact. (The replacement sensor does not always come with a new gear)
The engine and the transmission rely on the speed sensor for proper fuel and shifting control. This is what will cause your hesitation.
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