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If I accelerate slowly my auto is fine. If I push the accelerator down fast, of to the floor, the auto lurches a few times and dies. I just put in a new fuel filter to resolve but to no avail.

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    i have the same problem

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If You have 3.1 v6 engine check the crank shaft position sensor. on other engines you may have problem with harmonic balancer.

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