Questions & Answers for: loss of power at under 2000rpm


Question about 1995 Maxima

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power. won't go past 2000rpm, drove to and from work took a long time got car up to about 57mph, took a long time to get used to this. Can you please help me.. so you hear any different sound from the


loss of power while driving the car (sometimes) has a loss of power and will not rev. over 2000rpm transmission shift solenoid can cause it feels like engine is bog down i ran into this with my focus.


Question about 2003 X-Type

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power loss I've got a 2004 (53 Reg) x-type 2.0d with 94k on the clock. At about 88k the engine managemt light came on, i also noticed a lack of power at around 2000rpm and black smoke. I had the fault

power loss after cam belt change Recently had a cambelt change on a 2000 Audi A4 (B5). The engine sounds great, seems smooth but I am convinced there is a slight, but significant, loss of power in the

while riding my rpm dropped between 2000-1000rpm constantly.. while riding the rpm drops drastically to 2000rpm and when i throttle it makes funny sound... its losses power Fue/filter blochage

...power loss Hi I own a 1998 grand cherokee 2,5 diesel turbo that just suddenly started loosing power at 2000rpm. I can hear the turbo whistling up to 2000revs but then it just goes flat and theres no ...

loss of power when under 2000rpm wont accelerate unless I give it high revs. no fault codes being shown and engine man light has now gone off/ reset - still have problem - will run happy with lots of ...

power loss is probably the ECU going into ''limp home'' mode. Is there any reason for this power loss you can advise me on. I have checked engine codes and I get 12,44 and 55 on engine check screen. I

...loss of power let off the gas its ok,then it does it again Better to have the codes read on your car. Get a list for free at most Auto parts stores. They will plug in under your dash, have them print ...

...power loss Could be the TPS. Especially if you have cruise control, use it a lot and tend to stay at the same speed all the time. If you do the TPS contact strip will be worn down at the point where ...

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