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Old 07-23-2018, 06:21 AM
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Limp mode 2019 aspec

I was driving on the highway about 75mph and I was trying to pass someone. Then my engine cutout and the engine light came on. I was unable to accelerate I believe itís called ďlimpĒ mode. I had to pull over, shut the car off and turn it back on and everything is fine.

Has as anyone had this issue? I use premium gas, and the car has 1500 miles on it.
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High pressure fuel pump? Let us know if you get it diagnosed. Thanks
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This is where an ODB2 scanner would be nice to have.
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Which ODB2 scanner would be recommended for the new RDX?
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I usually can use my navi screen to drill down see the code for my 1st Gen RDX the last time I went into limp mode (failed i-Vtec solenoid, fixed under powertrain warranty)
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Which ODB2 scanner would be recommended for the new RDX?
any scanner will work.
cheapie ones from harbor freight work.

OBDII bluetooth dongles also work...which then you can pair to a device and read the info with an accompanying app
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Acura had the car for 4 days, no codes when the hook the ODB2 scanner and there were no codes. they called a couple of other dealers and acura support to see if its a common problem or its a freak thing. They had another 19 RDX that had the same limp mode issue and they determined that it was there was a bad plug, which they checked on my car. so i basically got a 4 day car wash.

the 18 RDX loaner felt like a $40K CRV compared to the 19 RDX
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At least they were able to fix it without an engineer's help. I couldn't imagine driving a 2nd a 2nd gen rdx after experiencing the 3g lol.
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the 18 RDX loaner felt like a $40K CRV compared to the 19 RDX
Tell us more. Less power? Firm ride?
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The 2018 trunk seemed smaller since I load it up for weekend trips and I couldnt hold as much, handling was decent but might have been because the car didnít accelerate as quickly

One thing better in the 18 was the trans shifted smoother. Iím used to driving stick so smoothness wasnít a priority.

They definitely did a total redesign on the the interrior for 2019, all for the better. I never considered an RDX until I saw the 19. Hopefully it lasts. I have 184k on a 2011 outback and 142k on an 09 MDX both had normal maintenance and no major problems
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Originally Posted by 2019aspec View Post
Acura had the car for 4 days, no codes when the hook the ODB2 scanner and there were no codes. they called a couple of other dealers and acura support to see if its a common problem or its a freak thing. They had another 19 RDX that had the same limp mode issue and they determined that it was there was a bad plug, which they checked on my car. so i basically got a 4 day car wash.

the 18 RDX loaner felt like a $40K CRV compared to the 19 RDX
You do know that the Gen 2 RDX was basically a well dressed CR-V with the Accords bigger engine, not the Accordís smaller one. Although the Gen 3 RDX also sports the Accordís bigger engine, it is entirely on itís own architecture.
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Sorry to resurrect this thread, but.....

i had had this experience tonight. I have had the car a little over a week, about 800 mile s so far. I turned right on red and someone was headed my way pretty quick. I gunned the engine and thought I saw a little black smoke out the back. Next thing I knew there was no acceleration and the check engine light was flashing. I got to where I could pull over safely, turned the car off, let it set a minute, then started back up. Ran fine after that.

A couple of things I noticed. The RPMs seemed to be above 6000 and it was almost like I tried the hard acceleration etween shifts. I was in sport mode when this happened.

My dealer is about 150miles away, so I am just going to watch what is happening.

Just wanted to let folks here know in case it happens some more.

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Forgot to mention, I have a SH AWD, Advance.

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let us know if they find anything, i was also in sport mode when it happened. i didn't notice any smoke, but i'm in NJ and the air is always off color...i've put 2000 miles on since it happened and so far so good.
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who was that guy that was infamously familiar with the TLX and limp mode?


Yeah, buy a bluetooth scanner on amazon and pair it to your phone...
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A couple of things I noticed. The RPMs seemed to be above 6000 and it was almost like I tried the hard acceleration etween shifts. I was in sport mode when this happened.
Then Id suggest it was probably an over rev situation and the temp limp mode was a result. If it didnt stay in limp more and/or didnt show any codes Id also suspect it wasnt anything major. Limp mode is often in place so you dont do any damage by over revving or over boosting the engine.

I have an OBD reader and I havent noticed anything odd during normal driving. I would also be curious to see if the ECU limits boost under certain circumstances like many past turbo cars I have owned does. Some of them would limit boost if the car wasnt up to operating temps or low on gas.

Billy when this limp mode happened, was the car fueled and up to temps?

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Billy when this limp mode happened, was the car fueled and up to temps?
When you say fueled I assume you are asking how much gas in the tank? It was probably between 1/2 to 3/4.
I had just driven about 20-30 minutes, so it should have been sufficiently warmed up.

Something odd I have noticed Since this happened. I donít remember the auto-stop kicking in lately. I am overly sensitive to it now, so I will notice when it does kick in.

Thanks for the explanation. Being new to a turbocharged vehicle, I am sure I am going to have more learning to do.

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I also had this issue accelerating on a highway ramp, I accelerated to get to traffic speed, then engine light flash and limp mode. Pulled over and restart cleared it. I dropped the car to the dealer and they did not get any code. But they are hanging on to the car and asking Acura about it.

Stuck with a 17 TLX loaner, my RDX is so much batter.
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Then Id suggest it was probably an over rev situation and the temp limp mode was a result. If it didnt stay in limp more and/or didnt show any codes Id also suspect it wasnt anything major. Limp mode is often in place so you dont do any damage by over revving or over boosting the engine.

I have an OBD reader and I havent noticed anything odd during normal driving. I would also be curious to see if the ECU limits boost under certain circumstances like many past turbo cars I have owned does. Some of them would limit boost if the car wasnt up to operating temps or low on gas.

Billy when this limp mode happened, was the car fueled and up to temps?
perhaps the terminology is wrong?
I dont think it's an "over-rev" condition... as that indicates a physical condition of the pistons kissing the valves.

perhaps, "over-boost" would be the more appropriate term?
where there is TOO much air for the turbo...as the condition is ripe for it..."in acceleration"

in any case, an OBDII reader will tell if the car is overboosting..
I doubt the car is limiting boost until it goes into limp mode..

which means something like an overboost condition can trigger the limp mode thus limiting boost...

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Most all of these problems are due to an undercharged battery. Most of these problems happen to newly purchased cars. The cars sit around and are moved around in the dealership without every really being driven. The battery goes slightly low. This is enough to cause all sorts of sensors to malfunction. The solution is very simple. Charge the battery on a slow charger overnight. That's also the reason the vehicle won't set a code. There is no malfunction. The problem is low voltage, which won't set a code. So purchasing an OBDII scanner won't really help in this situation. If you do nothing, the problem tends to go away anyway.
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Most all of these problems are due to an undercharged battery. Most of these problems happen to newly purchased cars. The cars sit around and are moved around in the dealership without every really being driven. The battery goes slightly low. This is enough to cause all sorts of sensors to malfunction. The solution is very simple. Charge the battery on a slow charger overnight. That's also the reason the vehicle won't set a code. There is no malfunction. The problem is low voltage, which won't set a code. So purchasing an OBDII scanner won't really help in this situation. If you do nothing, the problem tends to go away anyway.
Most of these cars are straight from the factory. This would not be the issue.
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Most all of these problems are due to an undercharged battery. Most of these problems happen to newly purchased cars. The cars sit around and are moved around in the dealership without every really being driven. The battery goes slightly low. This is enough to cause all sorts of sensors to malfunction. The solution is very simple. Charge the battery on a slow charger overnight. That's also the reason the vehicle won't set a code. There is no malfunction. The problem is low voltage, which won't set a code. So purchasing an OBDII scanner won't really help in this situation. If you do nothing, the problem tends to go away anyway.
My limp mode happened right after I had driven 40 miles to pick someone up and I had ~1000 miles on the odometer. I would assumed the car is all charged up and all break-in by then.
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Has anyone that has experience limp mode noticed if you auto idle is still working?

i had limp mode happen a week ago and have not noticed auto idle since. I haven’t done much testing yet, haven’t even told the dealer.

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Auto idle is still working for me.

I just got the car back from service after they worked with it for 3 days. They can't find any code and did a bunch of test after talking to Acura and still come back with nothing. Acura actually told them it's the VSS causing limp which the service manager didn't believe because it's the engine light that was blinking and I had to pull over to get it clear out. All he can do is log this instance in the Acura network. Maybe enough of us report in they will take this seriously.
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Auto Idle works for me, but if you figured out how to shut it off permanently, a lot of people would be interested.
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Sorry to hear you guys are having this trouble. Does the engine shut down completely, or is it just a brief loss of power?
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It is just a loss of power. Car will just go between 30-40 and the check engine light flashes.

I found out after it happened, the owners manual says the check engine light flashes, stop the car for 10 minutes. I stopped for 1 minute tops. Haven't had that trouble again, just no auto idle.

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Unfortunately I joined the club here today and had the most terrifying event on the interstate. I was at speed (70-ish) and pulled from the middle lane to pass a semi. I got just clear of him when I saw an amber flashing light in the lower portion of the dash. It had been raining and thought maybe it was traction control kicking in. Then I realize I lost almost all power. My foot was to the floor, tach was steady at 3000 and I had to move two lanes over in *big* hurry as my speed was dropping fast (was on an incline). I make it to the shoulder where I see the amber engine light is solid. I stopped the engine, open/closed the driver door then restarted. No warning lights and Iím able to take off again.
Not being overdramatic in any way but I was just north of Madison on I-39. A couple miles prior I was surrounded by semi trucks. This could have gone very bad. Iíve lost a bit of confidence in the RDX and under no circumstances will I let my wife drive it. Iím pretty sure she would not have realized what was going on.

Iím on mobile so I canít see the original poster but what ďplugsĒ were replaced? Spark plugs?

i appreciate any help. Also be careful executing aggressive maneuvers in this thing.

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Fury63,

i am am sorry to hear that you have experienced this, it is not a fun experience. I hope when you take it the dealer they find something.

Please keep us posted on any findings.

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Fury63,

i am am sorry to hear that you have experienced this, it is not a fun experience. I hope when you take it the dealer they find something.

Please keep us posted on any findings.

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Thanks Billy. I appreciate your post. Iíll pay attention to the s/s system to see if it acts differently. I was in Sport mode as well. Coincidentally I put my first tank of 87 octane in this morning. I was at a quarter tank or so and filled it shortly after this with 93. Iím not lying. This really shook me.
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Coincidentally I put my first tank of 87 octane in this morning.
I am wondering if it didn't pick up a large enough rattle to cause a limp. Normally they are supposed to just retard timing a ways and keep going, but perhaps with enough knock ???

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The only problem is, as far as I know, my car has only had premium. The first tank was from the dealer, so I assume it was premium also.

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Ugh, sorry this happened to you. This is absolutely terrifying thinking this can happen to any of us at any time.

Everyone should definitely report these incidents so hopefully Acura will put the effort into finding a solution.
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Sorry to hear it happened to you as well, I put on about 3700 miles since it happened and it hasnít gone into limp mode if that makes you feel better. I have gone from 50 mph to 90+mph mutiple times with no issues.

Iíve never gone as low as 87 oct. but I ran a full tank of 89 oct but I was getting less gas mileage and the car felt less peppy. 20 mpgs vs 24mpgs. I could have been more traffic that week for you trolls who are going to give a lesson on octane. But for the extra $0.35 per gallon I decided to keep it at 91-93 oct

id suggest taking it in to Acura when itís dirty, at least you get a free car wash, and a loaner. It will also help our cause if this is an on-going issue
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I was driving on the highway about 75mph and I was trying to pass someone. Then my engine cutout and the engine light came on. I was unable to accelerate I believe itís called ďlimpĒ mode. I had to pull over, shut the car off and turn it back on and everything is fine.

Has as anyone had this issue? I use premium gas, and the car has 1500 miles on it.
This just happened to me at 70 mph on my 2019 RDX. I had LKAS on and adaptive CC. Once i was canceling the CC is when it happened to me. After shutting car off, waiting 30 seconds, turning on car, switching to drive, then park again, then drive, it went away and all systems worked again. I tried to recreate issue and could not make it fail again
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Sorry to hear it happened to you as well, I put on about 3700 miles since it happened and it hasnít gone into limp mode if that makes you feel better. I have gone from 50 mph to 90+mph mutiple times with no issues.

Iíve never gone as low as 87 oct. but I ran a full tank of 89 oct but I was getting less gas mileage and the car felt less peppy. 20 mpgs vs 24mpgs. I could have been more traffic that week for you trolls who are going to give a lesson on octane. But for the extra $0.35 per gallon I decided to keep it at 91-93 oct

id suggest taking it in to Acura when itís dirty, at least you get a free car wash, and a loaner. It will also help our cause if this is an on-going issue
This car drives by wire. I work on aircraft that fly by wire. Many things are software and computer run for these types of "by wire" systems. I have this problem from time to time on aircraft. Restting it usually works. If the problem dont go away after resetting power, or by switchology, then its a legit problem.

No matter what the case, it needs to be reported because its a safety issue, and those types of issues sometimes can be fixed with fixing software and how things react with each other.
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Most of these cars are straight from the factory. This would not be the issue.

I can confirm I had the same problem, but the battery is not issue. Car was driving for a hour and a half being charged by the alternator. No signs of any power loss either. No systems flickered or reset. HUD, AC, and radio were still functional
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Sorry to hear it happened to you as well, I put on about 3700 miles since it happened and it hasnít gone into limp mode if that makes you feel better. I have gone from 50 mph to 90+mph mutiple times with no issues.

Iíve never gone as low as 87 oct. but I ran a full tank of 89 oct but I was getting less gas mileage and the car felt less peppy. 20 mpgs vs 24mpgs. I could have been more traffic that week for you trolls who are going to give a lesson on octane. But for the extra $0.35 per gallon I decided to keep it at 91-93 oct

id suggest taking it in to Acura when itís dirty, at least you get a free car wash, and a loaner. It will also help our cause if this is an on-going issue
2019aspec you mentioned a plug being changed st the dealership. Can you elaborate?

i have an appointment Thursday which Iím sure will be a waste of time since itís likely not repeatable.
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FfSphynx, do you recall if you were in Sport mode? That seems to be the common denominator for everyone who's posted this issue thus far.
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FfSphynx, do you recall if you were in Sport mode? That seems to be the common denominator for everyone who's posted this issue thus far.
I was in comfort mode
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FfSphynx, do you recall if you were in Sport mode? That seems to be the common denominator for everyone who's posted this issue thus far.
I was in comfort mode too.
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