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This may be mounted on the throttle body and if it is you may, hopefully , be able to replace it . In some vehicles it can just be unbolted and replaced , on other vehicles that whole throttle body has to be replaced because some clever design person has decided that the pedal position sensor should be integrated. This can mean having to spend a thoudand or two instead of fifty or a hundred dollars.
Anyway, if it is replaceable should take less than an hour to sort out stop the vehicle cutting out?
Make sure your that the transmission is in Park "P" position in order to removed the key. I will suggest you to take your battery to your local Auto Parts to run a diagnostic to confirm that the battery will not longer hold power. If the battery is dead it means that it is time to replaced. Good Luck!
'4' is regular drive, that is it is a 1;1 ratio, engine rpm's to axle revolutions
-5 and 6 are overdrive gears which means that the axle turns slower relative to engine revolutions. For performance, and around town driving, '4' is probably best (not necessarily for economy, but certainly for performance).