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7.3 Cutting out while driving

Okay I had a problem with it stalling randomly at idle. coulnd figure it out, no codes. So I replaced cps sensor and it seemed to work. But now all of a sudden out of the blue it started cutting out whenever I would hit a bump. This was randomly not all the time. But today went to leave and it did it all the way down the street and it wont stop and cel is on. Any suggestions????????
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Scan it and see what the CEL says. It's there for a reason.
Causes:
loose connections on any number of sensors/harnesses



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IPR or ICP related I'd bet


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