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1. Once the engine warms up the car begins to over rev to about 1,800 rpm's. I've had my mechanic look at it a few times and it has him baffled. His best guess is a sensor problem. 2. Starting the car is problematic It takes 7 or 8 goes before it starts. If it doesn't start by the 8th go, it sounds drained and I will leave it for about 5 mins. It will then generally start. Looking forward to hearing from someone. It's a grouse car except for these issues. Bill

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How can a mechanic be baffled?
He simply does not know your vehicles systems,I would assume about the same with other customers.
I never recommend a dealer,but it might be a good choice for you.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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