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Increased rpm in same gear at same speed. Honda CR V 2003 5 speed manual. At 70mph rpm used to e 2500-3000. Now it's 3000-3500. Has about 150,000 miles. One owner.

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i'am no expert on this car, but i would chk. the T.P.S. (throutle positioning sensor) there also may be carbon build up on throutle butterfly, not letting it close completely when you take your foot off the pedel.

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I just wanted to know the optimal shifting points to do 70mph comfortably. Should the car be at 2500-3000 rpm in 5th gear at 60-65 mph? I typically shift at or around 3k rpm in every gear, and the car...


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