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Replace tps in 92 cougar/

My 92 cougar seems to be telling itself it needs more gas. i can get up to about 50 mph without having to press the gas. The rpms in park get up to 3000 and in drive it sits at about 1500. Im thinking its either a tps or its the IAC sensor.. please if anyone can help that would be great.

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Check and clean the iac first. this controls idling on todays cars.

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