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Old 03 Oct 2007, 01:40 pm
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Default 1995 Honda Accord High RPM'S?

I have a 1995 Honda Accord and when I get up to higher speed 70-80 mph the rpm's get real high. They're around 3600 to 4000 and I know they shouldn't be that high. I can hear the engine really working at this speed. Anyone have any clue as to what can be causing this problem?it's an automatic
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Old 03 Oct 2007, 01:42 pm
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auto tranny or manual?
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Old 03 Oct 2007, 02:18 pm
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on a 195/60 r15 you should be at ~3090 rpms at 80mph for both manual and automatic. the wagons have a shorter gearing due to a larger fd ratio, but even a wagon should only be at around 3250rpms at 80. your speed or tack might not be %100 accurate. manual or automatic?
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