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Hello and welcome to just answer. A medium to large vacuum leak can cause this issue you are experiencing. Also a failed TPS or throttle body could also contribute to your problem. Check all vacuum lines and hoses. Replace or repair as needed. If you see no issues, then suspect a problem with the throttle body.
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You will need to use a scan tool capable of displaying the TPS voltages. Voltage should be around .50 voltsat idle, and smoothly increase while stepping on the throttle. If voltage is jumpy or erratic, then replace the throttle body.
Sounds good thanks for the update and be safe.
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