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We are only allowed to address on issue per question. Would you like me to address the AC or throttle issue?
How long must the engine run for the throttle to then work?
About what percentage must you press the throttle before the rpms start increasing?
So far, faulty sensor in the accelerator pedal position sensor, look to be to blame.
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It is odd. I think its best to have the use of a scan tool to see if the computer is getting and commanding throttle during this down time to figure out where the missing signal is at. I am stinking throttle pedal with the information i have from you.
Yes I am referring to the sensor for the throttle pedal.