Hello PriusChat. Long time lurker, first time member. 2008 Prius 121,000KMS -Unknown previous maintenance history, But we do know the car was owned by the province. -Clean MAF -Clean oil and right @ max TL;DR -Prius has P2112 P2103 intermittantly but P0A0F always. -WOT causes care to buck, leading to the ICE shutting off and giving me traction battery only. CEL/ABS/RT lights are on. -Throttle actuator and position sensor circuits are good. -Swapped with known good ecm and throttle body has not solved my issue. -Inspected throttle actuator gears, nothing out of place or broken. - All grounds related to this circuit are battery voltage. I have a Prius that i have been troubleshooting for almost a month now, and i need some guidance. This car came to me from an auction with drivability issues. I went to pick up the car from auction and drove it home, right as i hit the highway the car started bucking at about 70kph, almost like the car was hitting redline but much much to early. given the unknown nature of the cars previous history i decided to just take it slow the rest of the way home, keeping the revs below 2000rpm to stop the car from bucking. Unfortunatly... the car decided it was going to die on me, completely shutting the ICE off and only giving me the traction battery. Thank god i was close enough to get back to the city in time. CEL Brake/ABS lights and Red triangle light are all on. Finally got it back to the shop and started looking into the codes. We have 3 codes present in this vehicle: P2112 / P2103 and P0A0F, most of you should be familiar with these codes already, but in our case we do not have all of these codes together at once. Both the p2112 and the p2103 are intermittent and the P0a0F is there always. I was able to clear everything and drive it again to try and duplicate the situation. The car will drive perfect without any issues under normal city driving. Onramp/ Highway driving that may require WOT will cause the car to buck until the CEL/ABS/Red triangle lights come on, shutting off the ICE and only giving me the traction battery. Upon rescanning the car, i have the following: Either P2112 or P2103 (not both) and P0A0F constantly. Further investigation using ALLdata we have done the testing outlined by toyota, Check the integrity of the TPS circuit wires, Check the integrity of the Throttle Actuation motor wires, which both passed with no issues. I even went as far as load testing them from the ECM side of the harness to make sure i was getting full voltage through them. A friend of ours has a scrap yard and let us borrow a used throttle body and used ECM for diagnosis, which to my surprise, Neither had any effect on the situation. I have the exact same symptoms with a known good Throttle body and ECM from a running and driving prius with no issues. If the throttle circuit is fine, and the ECM is doing what its supposed to, i must be missing something.. Toyota has really only outlines those 2 circuits as probably causes, along with the throttlebody/ecm.. I've read multiple posts about the plastic piece getting stuck inside the gears of the throttle actuator, but ive taken both apart with no issues. i am stumped and any help is greatly appreciated.