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I have did most everything i have read about to fix this problem new eps new fuses ground wire and today throttle went full throttle while driving had to shut car off and back on to fix have had to replace alternator 2 times now ready to pull my hair out
 

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Have you inspected the wiring in the engine bay. The wire loom often times disintegrates or falls off letting the wiring rub against things. There’s a major issue with the wiring next to the oil filter housing. Other areas can also cause this. Just one wire grounding itself against something like the engine can cause havoc if you don’t understand how it works. Also for instance, one module such as the abs going bad, can cause other modules to act up and go out of control.
 
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