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Why would the acceleration fluctuate?

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2005-09-12 18:29:54
2005-09-12 18:29:54

Possible coolant sensor or O2 sensor, among other possibilities. If a sensor is bad, it will tell the computer to make an adjustment, when it does other sensors tell the computer "what's your problem, stop that." For example, say a coolant sensor is bad. The car is already hot but the sensor thinks it is still cold. When it is cold or the sensor thinks so, the sensor tells the computer to add more fuel, thus the idle increases. Now another sensor, say the oxygen sensor, says "hey your running too rich, stop it" so the computer again adjusts it, thus the decrease in idle. Depending on the type of fuel delivery system your Car/truck has. Induction will play a major role in how the engine performs. For example,Most fuel system with mass air flow induction will rely on the AIT sensor,02 sensor and air flow to the throttle body to ensure proper fuel mixture. Faulty sensors ,torn or brittle induction boot can result in acceleration fluctuation.Proper diagnostics,and inspect of engine componets will most likely expose the problem. The TPS sensor or the wiring leading to the tps sensor

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