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When i start the 1992 eagle talon tsi turbo FWD, the RPMs bounce from 750-500 a few times then does fine- then when i move any either in reverse or foreword, then start to slow down to a stop, the engine stalls out completely... any help?

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What you have is a faulty TPS-throttle position sensor, they are fairly inexpensive and easy to replace. You can find it on the throttle body of your fuel injection system, just follow the air intake hose from the box toward the engine, and it will be right off the throttle body. It is usually connected with a couple of screws/bolts, and has a plug in.

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