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Old 06-30-2017, 09:11 PM   #1  
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Rpms?

Just curious...what RPM should a 2008 2.4L be running at 55-60?
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Old 06-30-2017, 09:37 PM   #2  
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Depends.
Auto or 5 speed ? And what gear is it in.
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Auto and I think third. I'm having shifting issues. I don't think it's going into low gear and not sure about high gear. Is it a 3 speed or 4?
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4 speed; What issues, exactly. We may be able to help.
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It seems to start out ok, shifts at 25-30 and then doesn't shift any more. Changed fluid and filter, changed the intake solenoid and the (I think it is called) Trans control module. I can drive it at 55-60 running at 2500-3000 RPM
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Got a P/0100 error code
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Got a P/0100 error code
That means that there is a problem with the MAF circuit. Changed the air filter just before it came on?

Yes, it could cause trans problems.

2500 at 65 is about right.
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No, I don't think we changed it...perhaps we should?

MAF Circuit...sounds like more research :)
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RPM's sound about right...
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My 06 2.4 is right about spot on at 2000 rpm going 55
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