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Does anyone know if the 4.6 engine Rev limiters cut out Gas or Ignition (Spark)? I know that traction control cut's out the ignition, but how about the limiters?

Also, does anyone know at what RPM are the Rev Limiter's set?

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It cuts out the gas at around 6200rpms.
I didn't know that TC did anything but controled your rearend. The TC controls the limit slip feature the rearend. With TC turned off, the left wheel is your drive wheel.That's the reason the car will pull to the left when you get on it.
 

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The available All-Speed Traction Control uses components of the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) to monitor wheel slippage at any speed. The system improves traction on slippery or loose driving surfaces by using a combination of brake and/or engine control:

Braking at one or both drive wheels
Fuel injection cutoff
Ignition spark retard
Air/fuel ratio control
When the traction control system is activated at speeds of 34 mph or higher, the braking system is deactivated and only engine control is used to limit wheel spin.
 
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