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Reman 2.7 rpm cuts out at 2400 rpm

just installed last weekend, fired right up idles great runs great but at 2400rpm it starts to surge like it has a rev limiter, cant wrap my head around this problem. took out the bad motor put in the reman, now dissapointed....
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is this running down the road? or free reving?
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both in park or driving down the road, does fine as long as i dont hit 2400rpm
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Possible tinked flex plate.
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What RPM does the change over from cam sensor to crank sensor happen? (or the other way around, crank to cam)
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2500 rpm is the hand off point.
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Hrrrrrrrmmmmmmm....... 2400... 2500....

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cam sensor or nicked flex plate.
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so maybe i hit the flex plate when installing the motor, man i was so carefull, thats means pulling it back out or pulling the tranny
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i put a new cam sensor in, because it keeps throwing out code for cam sensor(PO344) but it didnt help
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i cleared the code but as soon as i start the car it sets off the check engine light
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Cam, Crank, and several other sensors run on the same 5v supply... damaging the flex plate would take a big hit, IMO... I don't think that's it...

AH HA! Another idea... what year is your car, and what year did the engine come out of? Did you re-use your original cam gears and flexplate???
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lets hope he did nic the flex plate, it might be a bit easier then changing out. might be able to fix the plate with the engine-trans brace off only.

cam gears can be it too, my hunch,it has something do do with the sensors and cam/flex plate.

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used old flex plate. 2002 is the year an it is a reman. motor
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orderd the motor with all the specs, from the car, vin etc. so i dont know what year it would have come out of, i bought a reman longblock, complete.
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