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Old 04 Jul 2008, 06:07 pm
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Default limited to 4,000 rpm?

I own a 2001 accord 4 cylinder manual transmission.
Recently the rev limiter started kicking in at about 4,000 rpms.
Not such a big deal until you really need it.
I'm trying to avoid paying too much, or anything if it's something
I might be able to handle. Little over due on the oil change, but
otherwise has never been neglected for service. Any advice would be
appreciated. thanks, steve
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Old 06 Jul 2008, 11:27 am
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Default Re: limited to 4,000 rpm?

P.S. it's not just when I'm in neutral, and the problems seems to come and go as it pleases. no specific weather.
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