My honda city 2010 1.3L manual transmission cant rev pass 4500 rpm on neutral. Its like some thing is stopping it to go further. Is that normal? Is the ecu programmed for it or is there any problem?
That is call rev limiter
It will only go beyond when it is in gear... A safety feature of i-Vtec engine to avoid hitting redline on neutral...
y r u even trying?
this feature is for school boys so that they dont damage the engine
nice info for me got to know it for the first time.................my city 2010 is on cng for cng adjustment mechanic take it to 7000rpm in neutral
Will do it on petrol to confirm
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On Automatic Models Honda mostly follows 4800 RPM Rev Limiter on Petrol. It controls it via Injectors. Where as when car is on CNG there are no Injectors working hence no rev limiter. You may blow your engine out on CNG but petrol wont allow you do to so. If your car is manual then it should not have rev limiter at this rpm. If you have then your car may be in Limp Mode get it scaned then
Thanks to everyone.
Manual trans Honda city has also RPM Rev Limiter at this RPM. and car is not on Limp mode dear...
city on CNG Awfull!
I doubt that . Go and chect workshop owner manual
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I have a manual I-VTEC city and it does have a rev limiter at 4500 RPM only when in neutral.
My Insight does the same but only when on neutral or Parking gear.On D it goes till 5000rpm and 6000 on S
Treat others the way you want to be treated
Rev limiter does not work on any CNG vehicle even on gears
I knew it just told what mechanic use to do......
City 2009 upwards has Rev limiter at 4500 rpm when in neutral. He is right.
hmmm i guess i am out of date now
I reved car to confirm.....fuel cut when rpm cross 4k