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Old 06-21-2002, 05:29 PM
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Ali Al-Chalabi Ali Al-Chalabi is offline
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There is a fuel cutoff at around 4000 rpms in order to protect the torque converter from high static pressures when the engine is being excessively revved when the car is in neutral.

I believe what you are describing is supposed to happen. At least that is the way it is with the 722.6 tranny, I could be wrong if the 722.4 doesn't have this protection function, but I believe it does.
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