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2005 f-150. From 45 mph to 65 mph I can move the pedal just light enough to make the truck buck back and forth like its between gears but when that happens hit the trottle and get another gear and go. I also can punch it through the rpm range at any speed and get a surging of power from super to ****. My milage is still on the 5.4 17 to 22. Whats p?

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