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Engine I had a interlock put on my car for being stupid but before this my engine never reved up to 3ooo rpms when it was cold. I have a chip and a k&n air flow system in my car but dont think either are the problem.I have heard the interlocks cause problems with the computer but have no clue. How can I fix this?

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  • kenneth pernell Sep 22, 2008

    No, I had a interlock on my car awhile ago and is no longer on my car. This problem occurred after it was removed.

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Remove the interlock and see if eveything returns to normal

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