Question about 2004 Ferrari 360 Modena
This problem concerns a 2003 360 modena with an f1 style gearbox. The problem occurs as soon as the brake pedal is depressed the engine controls put the car into a safe mode and engine revolutions are limited. The car does not have any malfunction indicator lamps lit and seems to be running fine otherwise.If the brake light switch is disconnected you can rev to redline. Any help would be appreciated.
Sorry, but the 360 does have a rev limiter.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
This great car does not have speed limiter, as you said the limiter is starting because the ECU detects a problem and put the car in limp mode, starting the Rev limiter.
The only way to know the problem is by connecting the car ECU to a code reader, and interpreting codes.
If the car goes in limp mode when you press the brake pedal can be a brakes related problem or even a contact on the brake light wirings, check if the lights are are working.
Ask your mechanic to scan the ECU, this will tell you what the problem is.
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