1992 Toyota Camry Acts like a rev-limiter

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Old 14 Jun 2006, 10:12 pm   #1 (permalink)
Wracefans24
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Default 1992 Toyota Camry Acts like a rev-limiter

I have a 92 Camry that is just driving me nuts!
If you take out in it like an old man,no problem,But if you want to take
out and wind it out,when the tach hits 4000 rpms,the engine gives up
untill you let of the throttle.It will do this in any gear.As soon as the
tach hits 4000 rpms,
It acts like you have hit a rev-limiter and the engine fights itself and
slows down.If your doing 65 mph,and you want to pass someone and kick it
down,power will increase untill you hit 4000 rpms.
The car has a 2.2 engine with an auto trans.
I first removed the exhaust converter,to see if it was plugged,I put new
plugs and wies in it.
Next I changed out the pcm,And I still have the same thing.The only thing
i see,is that it will only shut downthe power at 4000 rpms.
I sure hope someone can help me,
Even if you e-mail me at Wracefans24@aol.com
Thank you,
Woody

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Old 15 Jun 2006, 09:20 am   #2 (permalink)
Daniel
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Wracefans24 wrote:
> I have a 92 Camry that is just driving me nuts!
> If you take out in it like an old man,no problem,But if you want to take
> out and wind it out,when the tach hits 4000 rpms,the engine gives up
> untill you let of the throttle.

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Did you check the coil?
Just guessing, obviously.
Perhaps a weak spark works under light load but falls short of ability
to perform under harder acceleration and higher speed.

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