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You have a APP (accelerator pedal position) that went into a default or is faulty, a misfire caused by a injector can cause these problems

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I have a 2005 Toyota Solara SLE. I having problems with the front end. The car shakes/shimmies upon accelaration at approx. 40 mph. It smoothes out if you take your foot aff the accelarator but shakes...


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