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Old 07-06-2003, 12:30 AM   #1
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Default Want to go past 2000RPM? Hahaha...

Here'* a strange one.. We used to have a 1996 SSEi (my dad ditched it in 1999 for a Catera...).

At the end of its life with us (well, ONE of the reasons we got rid of it...), it would, every once in a while, not go past 2000 rpm. Floor it - nothing, would kind of slink up to 2K but not go past (in 1st gear). Would have to shut off the engine, fire it back up, and it would usually be ok. No codes thrown, etc. Not really important that I find out, but kind of curious to see if others had that problem.

...my 1988 SSE, however, is still going strong
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