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1998 Chevy Astro. Will not decelerate quickly. It stay at the same speed when my foot is removed from the pedal. Some times it will slowly continue to accelerate. Help please.

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Faulty throttle position sensor.Replace it then reset the computer by pulling the ECM fuse then put it back.

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