For several months now, my CR-V seems to be having poor acceleration. At first I didn't know what to make of it but now I'm starting to think that something is malfunctioning or faulty. I'm not a mechanic so I can only speculate about what might be going on. I'll do my best to explain what I'm experiencing. If I press on the accelerator X percent, rather than opening up the throttle and holding the corresponding amount, my car seems to hesitate, the engine starts to crank up, but rather than holding the throttle open, the engine seems to crank back down. So what happens is to maintain continuous acceleration I have to keep pressing the pedal further and further down because each time I get brief acceleration and then it fizzles. This is under light to moderate throttle. Under heavier throttle what will happen is it will hesitate, crank up partially, hesitate again, then crank up more before finally settling. Now here's the kicker... If I apply the TPS reset procedure (pressing the accelerator several times in ACC mode), the problem will resolve temporarily (i.e. for a day or two before starting up again). Has anyone else ever experienced such a problem with the CR-V or really any other vehicle? If so, how did you fix it? Note, I have no check engine light, so I'm assuming that if I take it to the dealer and report it, they'll say there's nothing wrong or they can't replicate the problem.