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When driving 100-110 km on 401 it will start acting like its out of fuel .I pull to the sid for a few min. and start it up and its fine if I go 100km or less . idles fine at start but then as I drive it ajusts to 2000rpms in idle or as low as 800rpms ? is this a MAF problem? Standard 5speed

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Could be, or it could be you TPS sensor(Throttle Position Sensor)

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Could be dirty air filter, coked up tbody, or a vac leak.

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