Truck going into limp mode

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Quaesta

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2023 R - I have had two occasions in sport mode, once in 2wd once in 4wd, both around 95mph under hard acceleration where it throws a powertrain error and front collision assist error and goes into limp mode.

Any ideas?
 
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You’ll need to bring it to the dealer so they can pull the DTCs. If you have ForScan you can do it yourself. Any mods or stock?
No mods. Getting all sorts of various electrical system codes. Dealer has been stumped.
 

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Umm… performance vehicle
You really need to read your owners manual and the safe operating speed for 4wd.

I am going to assume you mean 4A and not 4H. If 4h, you most likely damaged your transfer case and hubs. If 4A, it TECHNICALLY can handle that but with disk slips and possible hub damage.

How many times did you hit the rev limiter?

Also... saying "performance vehicle" doesn't mean it can do anything and everything you think it can do.
 
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You really need to read your owners manual and the safe operating speed for 4wd.

I am going to assume you mean 4A and not 4H. If 4h, you most likely damaged your transfer case and hubs. If 4A, it TECHNICALLY can handle that but with disk slips and possible hub damage.

How many times did you hit the rev limiter?

Also... saying "performance vehicle" doesn't mean it can do anything and everything you think it can do.
Seriously thanks for your help.
 

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You really need to read your owners manual and the safe operating speed for 4wd.

I am going to assume you mean 4A and not 4H. If 4h, you most likely damaged your transfer case and hubs. If 4A, it TECHNICALLY can handle that but with disk slips and possible hub damage.

How many times did you hit the rev limiter?

Also... saying "performance vehicle" doesn't mean it can do anything and everything you think it can do.
The limiter is like 114 in my GEN two raptor; I doubt it’s less than that in the R… Obviously dudes have a problem with this truck why you gotta try and give him a life lesson. He can Beat on his $150,000 truck all he wants
 
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