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Haha another problem with my 3sgte fwd conversion....hope someone can help. I can't accelerate/rev past about 4.5k (and must feather it....she stops at lower revs 4-4.2k when trying to go quicker)

AFM replaced but no change in the revving issue. Could this be because it's the wrong AFM? It has 1ge written on it and I don't know if that would be incompatible with the 3sgte or not? Also, maybe it's a fuel issue rather than the AFM or ECU. Could be something as simple as replacing the fuel filter or perhaps the fuel pump isn't working properly? Any help/knowledge is appreciated people

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Check the computer on the car it may be programmed to run still on 2 K rpm you need to reprogram the computer on your car.......

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