I own a 2003 Ford Explorer and it keeps stalling when the throttle is depressed. What could be the cause?

You could possibly have a weak fuel pump or a faulty throttle position sensor (TPS).

AAMCO  | 09/15/2010
Auto Repair & Service Car Problems & Safety

Bruce says: You could possibly have a weak fuel pump or a faulty throttle position sensor (TPS).  The certified technicians at AAMCO will be able to diagnose which of these low-cost fixes are are needed.
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