<table class="tborder" align="center" border="0" cellpadding="6" cellspacing="0" height="618" width="505"> <tbody><tr valign="top"><td class="alt1">I know there has to be a perfectly logical reason for it, but I noticed today that exactly at 100 (observed in a closed course and controled environment of course). It occured under the following conditions exactly
1st: "speed limit" was set to on w/o my realizing it and was set to 100, after this occurance, the engine bogged and it seemed like the fuel maps were set to U L T R A conservative, as it actually would bogg down if I applied the accelerator and actually "sputter", prompting me to drive in 6th until finally turning the car off after parking.
2nd: 100 mpg "speed limit" turned off through the NAV options and cut off again exactly @ 100, this time though, the fuel curves did not seem as extreme though I did not test it at all before shutting down again.
3rd: manually set "speed limit" settings to max (186) and still occured, shut down immediately after slowing to stop.
4th: manaully at 186 and turned off "speed limit" option....same results.
I have yet to be provided with the factory book as I'm picking up the odds and ends from the dealer this weekend so I'm unable to look through that to see what the issue might possibly be. Any help or information would be GREATLY appreciated.
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