Question about 2004 Honda CR-V
I have noticed lately when I am driving between 30-40 mph, the rpm's will go high. It sounds like I have put the car in neutral and gassed it. I take my foot off the gas and eventually it will go back to where it should be. I had the car put on the diagnostic machine and it read the code for the Throttle Positioning Sensor. I had this replaced about two weeks ago, but the car is still having this problem. HELP :)
This problem does sounds like it could be a badThrottle position sensor because your transmission is fully electric and it depends on the signal of the throttle position sensor and the vehicle speed sensor to operate. I would recommend that you have this vehicle put on another computer at another location like AUTO-Zone they will check code for FREE and get a second opinion. Just to make sure that the code is NOT they same and also make sure that sensor was actually changed. If it was and the code is still the same and that's the only code in the computer then there is a problem with the wiring that connects to this sensor. Good Luck and contact if you need more help.Thanks for using FIX YA
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