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From your description and comments, I'd suggest you have a dead spot in your Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) right after idle (low end of the throttle). If the TPS is not reporting the correct throttle position, the computer will not lengthen the pulse width of the injector to give the engine more gas, which will in turn cause the engine to die. If you get ...
That sounds like normal behavior. Under load, most cars will disengage the A/C compressor clutch to provide more power for acceleration.
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