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When i press the accelerator the truck boggs or i guess does not respond for a couple of seconds then it picks up speed

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When was last tune up? Could also be "questionable" fuel - did you purchase "cheap gas" lately? Could be fuel filter or TPS (Throttle Positioning Switch) when TPS starts going bad there tends to be a hesitation or stumble when accelerating.

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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