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Old 01-16-2019, 05:49 PM
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Hi everyone. i recently purchased a 2005 S2000 and when I drive it has no power. It doesn’t go over 20-25 mph. Please if anyone has come across this I would appreciate the help.

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Old 01-16-2019, 06:22 PM
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Have you tried shifting out of first?

lol sorry for the sarcasm. Need more details
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Old 01-16-2019, 06:25 PM
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Have you tried shifting out of first?

lol sorry for the sarcasm. Need more details

Yes. I can go up to 3rd or 4th but no power. I bought it without driving it. I changed the timing chain tensioner because it was leaking oil. I should of driven first lol.
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You have the lemon law in your state?

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Yes. I can go up to 3rd or 4th but no power. I bought it without driving it. I changed the timing chain tensioner because it was leaking oil. I should of driven first lol.
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Any check engine lights or codes you can pull?

Silly question but but you aren’t using the grey valet key are you?
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Originally Posted by Adrian Hernandez View Post
I changed the timing chain tensioner because it was leaking oil.
You added back oil as well to the correct amount, right?
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Originally Posted by Manga_Spawn View Post
Any check engine lights or codes you can pull?

Silly question but but you aren’t using the grey valet key are you?
no. I’m using the black key.
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Originally Posted by Manga_Spawn View Post
Any check engine lights or codes you can pull?

Silly question but but you aren’t using the grey valet key are you?
I’m going to scan it for codes today
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Does the valet key limit the engine speed? Just curious.

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I thought it did but to be honest I have never used mine.
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