Question about 2001 Honda CR-V
posted by Darkom on Dec 14, 2008
Honda 2001 CR-V, 2WD, 2000 cm3, 108 kW
While in D mode (4th speed), car can not go over 4200 rpm and more then 95 mph. Fuel consumption is much higher then normal.
In 1st, 2nd and 3rd speed, motor works normally and goes over 4200 rpm easily.
Valves have been checked, valve clearance also and transmission fluid replaced.
Comment posted on Dec 14, 2008Before this problem, the car's maximum speed was 110- mph.
All of a sudden, without any reason this problem occured.
I have never changed maximum vehicle speed.
Computer at authorized Honda mechanic never showed any problem.
Something wrong with ECU thats for sure but what???racking my brains here,something is not computing the fuel delivery thats for sure but what??why first three gears ok ??air flow meter is first to mind but i would be inclined to put two identical cars together and change parts over till fault found
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