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 Problem with Proton Gen2, helps

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the_catacombs
post Apr 2 2009, 03:51 AM

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From: disini disana


bro, u mean when u depress clutch and release throttle during manual shift up, rpm does not drop??... ur rpm stays at what rpm during the period u let go ur throttle??....

so far as i conclude is dat... connection between speed sensor, throttle position and ecu.... could be faulty speed sensor, sending wrong signal to ecu, causing it to blimp up the throttle....

jz a suggestion... coz i wouldnt be normal if the rpm does not drop even ur throttle is off...
the_catacombs
post Jul 14 2009, 08:55 PM

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QUOTE(nkphnx @ Jul 14 2009, 04:02 PM)
Yep, the throttle for the new Campro engine is now drive-by-wire.. It is a known 'phenomema' for the new Gen2/Persona cars which have this throttle blip when you press on the clutch during gear shift.. It's all programmed in the ECU.. Have no idea why they introduce this characteristic in the ECU (a software glitch maybe?) but it sure is annoying for manual driving..
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all campro engine is drive-by-wire... including the 1st generation campro...

not sure about the throttle blip though.. how much it increases ur engine revs when u step on the clutch??... safety feature for noob drivers to prevent engine stall??... unsure.gif

 

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