Q: 06 fusion manual transmission. When going constant speed car sputters. If I go over 4K rpm usually doesn't.

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Once I'm at cruising speed if Rpms are going to stay constant anywhere below 4-4500 rpms the car sputters non stop. Almost I hit the brakes and accelerate every few seconds. I have changed plugs and filters. Clutch is brand new and it did this same thing with the old clutch.

Thanks

My car has 220000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

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