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Old 01-10-2013, 11:02 AM   #1
NickMcD87
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New Focus Having Problems

Just bought a 2002 ZX3 Automatic from a friend knowing it needs work. I cant figure out why it will not go above 2500rpm while in drive. Runs great in 1st, 2nd, Park and Neutral. When in drive it will not go above 2500rpm and will shift short and ill be in 5th gear at about 40mph. If anybody has a clue to whats wrong I would greatly appreciate the help. Thank You.


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