Yes, the rpm's go higher now, than before the repair, when changing gears.
On the highway, at higher speeds, the rpm go to just over 3k before changing gears. On side roads, the rpm now hovers around 2k, instead of 1k, like before. Also the rmp now hovers around 2k when just driving around on local roads. It used to register at around 1.5k
overall, all the rpm readings have increased by 1k in general.
Is this explainable, other than the tech messed someting up?
Sunday, March 7th, 2010 AT 3:57 PM