DOES RED LINING CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE?
Hello, I own a 1995 Toyota Celica 1.8 ST. The mileage is at 76,000. The red line begins at 6,400 rpm and ends at 8,000 rpm. In the morning I was driving to work and I forgot to change the gear to second. The engine was not fully warm. The rev meter reached to 7,500 rpm until I noticed and changed the gear instantly. I would like to know if this may have caused any damage to the engine? If so, what sort of damage? Your help is much appreciated.
October 27, 2007.
October 27, 2007.
Anything internally-you're dogging it-maybe someday it will throw a rod then bingo new engine is needed.
Thanks for the fast response. What is the likeliness I have caused any damage to the engine? If any damage is caused, how will I find out?
When it starts making wierd noises. Normally it will come from the lower end of the engine-a lot of pounding is being done down there. Bearings/Caps
Is it guaranteed damage? Or if you stray into the red-line, there is a likeliness of damage?
Dogging it, is where you're straining it, making it do something when it not suppose to.
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