What causes a car to sputter when accelerating?


a tps, throttle position sensor can, a egr valve/sensore/egr valve boost sensor=many would argue that the egr valve would not but if its stuck open it may flood the engine with exaust gas and if its closed it may not get good gas fuel ratio, you may
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How to Fix a Sputtering Car Engine
A sputtering car engine may be caused by one or more faulty components. The problem could stem from the ignition secondary system, which includes such parts as spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap and rotor. Another possible culprit is a faulty... More »
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