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I am not familiar with the 4.7's. At what RPM does the stock limiter cut in? My nephew owns a '04 Ram 4.7 and on occasion the rev limiter will start cutting in at approx. 3400 rpms and will not rev any higher until he turns the switch off, then back on. The cruise will not work when this is happening either. After turning the truck off, then restarting it, it will rev over 4k when shifting out of OD to climb a long hill. Is the standard? 3400 rpm seems to be a bit early.
I searched the forum and found others that have had this problem, but no answer as to why it happens or if it is doing its job as it should?
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rev limiter is roughly 5900 RPMS... .MY 2001 dakota would rev to 6k with the 4.7... my 2004 Ram revs to 5800/5900 (Cant really tell to be honest) .... This does not however sound normal. I do not know what will correct your problem though.
my truck just started th same thing. gonna do some research but the tranny in park the rev limiter is right around 3500 rpm. in gear wide open i have hit six all day long. it cold here thinking the truck doesnt know its out of park. keep ya posted on what i find out
hellow im new at this i dont realy know what im doing but i got a 2003 dodge neon and throttle posion sensor works backwerds an we have changed it an it hits the rev limitter about 3000 3500 rpms an if the EATX wire is not grounded it wont shift