Question about Car Audio & Video
Stall protection on cars should not be making the car accelerate above a given RPM range. unless you are changing from say 3rd to 5th and when the clutch is released the rpm drops to below idle RPM the car should not be accelerating. usually stall protection automatically applies throttle only to keep itself at 1000 rpm or just below. if its operating above 1000RPM take it into the dealership and tell them its not working properly. it could just be a small sensor recalibration needed
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
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