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What would be the problem with an 87 Chevy Celebrity hesistating when you hit the gas?

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2010-04-19 02:20:14
2010-04-19 02:20:14

Hesitation can be caused by several things:

1. A faulty throttle position sensor might cause hesitation.

2. A faulty MAP or MAF sensor might also cause hesitation.

3. A problem with the engine control module might cause hesitation.

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