Question about 2004 Infiniti I35
This problem happened once before and I was able to fix it by resetting the ECU with an over-night battery disconnect. The issue came back, I tried the same solution, no dice. The issue is that the rev limiter seems to kick in, or something, at 2500 RPM. What this entails is that if you hit the accelerator hard enough to hit those RPMs, fuel cuts out and the car jerks in and out of power. However, if you can keep the RPMs just below the 2500 mark, the car accelerates to a top speed of 70 MPH, this is where the top gear needs more RPMs to go any faster. Thoughts???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
How is it you have the issues & the dealer never drives it,
to experience the same thing you are?
They are jerking you & don't care to resolve
Either leave it there,try a different dealer or have the
factory rep come & work on it
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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