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Engine stalls on acceleration and at times will not start

Shutters on acceleration.

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Engine surges stall on acceleration could have faulty tps sensor.could have bad spark plugs or wires.could have clogged fuel injectors or clogged fuel filter check fuel pressure fuel pump could be failing.

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