acklac7 Posted July 18, 2005 Report Share Posted July 18, 2005 Sorry If this question has already been brought up, I tried to search the achieves but you can't seach for WOT..Since it is only 3 words . Any way I was on the highway in 2nd doing some WOT maneuvers today....First time I went from 50 to 80.....Held her at about 80 then let off the gas....She coasted down to 50 then I punched her again...Got up to about 80 then let off the gas....Deceleration went fine until I reached about 3000=3500 rpm....Then out of no where I got a sudden boost of power...Took me up to about 4000-4500 rpm's...Scared the $hi! out of me...I said "great...now what have I done" Pulled over checked the codes...No codes...Put her back in D and got back on the highway...Drove around for about 20 minutes tonight and no apparent problems. I know that the Trans. will do what it wants in order to protect the engine..Like how it will shift at redline while in 2nd....But never heard of it shifting like this while decelerating...And Im not even sure it did shift....It would make sense that the change is RPM's was just the trans going from 2nd to 1st...But why would it do that?...and would going from 2nd to 1st cause a increase of 2000 rpm's?...Im wondering if maybe a badly carbonized ring lost a big chunk of carbon during deceleration and thats why the there was an increase in power/rpm's? Im at a loss...Hopefully someone knows what’s going on...Hopefully I didn't damage anything (I don't think I did)....Thanks guys....A.J A.J. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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