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MB power steering fluid.
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Possible dirty throttle plate, TP sensor, or restricted air filter.
Have the steering centering sensor diagnosed for a faulty reading.
It is a round metal case that mounts to the fire wall and the master cylinder mounts to it. It has a diaphragm that uses vacuum to assist the brake pedal pressure allowing it to be applied with less pressure, calling it power brakes.
Should be at the pass side between the engine block and the trans bell housing.
Get a parasitic draw test done, if that doesn't find the problem.
Shift interlock circuit, works with the stoplight switch. Could be the interlock at the base of the shifter.
Possible ign coils and/or plug wires breaking down. Typical on acceleration concerns. Have to run misfire data if you want to see it.
Varies with different drivers, check them and see how worn they are.