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Old 03-20-2017, 06:00 PM   #1
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Exclamation No rpm in neutral

As you can tell by the title my hhrss09 when in neutral will not go to high rpm and starts sputtering. Any help out there?
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I moved your post to a new thread.
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Moved this from an 8 year old dead thread!

The usual questions pop into my head, any codes? If there are , what are they?
Any changes lately, any wires moved around, any loose connections??
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What are you considering as "high RPM"?? If IRC, these cars have a rev limiter, in neutral and pushing up through the gears. Could that be what you are recognizing? Have you been able to achieve the high RPM's previously?
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Haven't said if it's an automatic or a stick. I just looked at a file and in neutral or park it's 3000 RPM form the factory. As snoppy asked, what is considered high RPM?
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The sputtering does sound like it could be a rev limiter.
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The sputtering does sound like it could be a rev limiter.
Definitely ref limiter. I agree. Now stop trying to impress your friends by revving it while stationary and impress them revving it in motion! Also IDK if it makes a difference but my 2006 2.4 is limited to 4000in park or neutral!
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Agree it might be a rev limiter or I know my Trifecta has the option to change the launch control RPM setting.
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Hmmm... just tried it in my 09 SS, went to full redline, very quickly, I might add

Cuba, what RPM are you getting to? You may have a problem after all. I have a manual trans.
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