Question about 2007 Honda Fit Sport Hatchback
2007 Honda Fit Base with 50K miles. Began hesitating a couple thou ago. It doesn't misfire like another comment. It can be reproduced by putting it in neutral and reving above 5K RPMs. The RPMs fluctuate/waiver in a consistent pattern (almost like a sign wave). Seems to get better with higher oct fuel, but not completely. Is it a fuel filter, computer mixture issue, or just plain old gunk?
No real answer to the first half of your question, but I do know that when you are revving the engine to 5,000 rpm in neutral you are hitting the engine's rev limit. It is most likely not related to your original complaint.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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