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When driving under notrmal conditions, if I push down heaviliy on the excellerator, say, to pass another car, the car starts to **** and jump with the RPM's going up and down a couple times a second (like riding a bucking horse - never have but it feels like it probably). The car actually slows down causing me to pull back into the original lane and return to normal excelleration. What can cause this to happen? It is a 2003 Taurus SEL THanks Rod Lightheart

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Sounds like a bad TPS or fuel pump.

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