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DarkMatter
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DarkMatter Mar 24, 1:30pm - #133394 

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2004 Toyota Celica

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Memphis, TN
Question about "Bogging" in second...

I've noticed that my car now bogs excessively in second. It makes a very strange "werrr" sound and it sorta sounds like the car is coughing.

It only happens when I'm in second and riding below 15 mph (recommended shifting speed for first to second).

I don't remember the car doing this before, my father says I should be able to use second as long as the car is rolling, and other people on these boards say they start in second frequently.

Any ideas?
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5280vvti
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5280vvti Mar 24, 3:45pm - #133395 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Not sure about the bogging, but I get a similar noise in second. I just put up a post in gen. disc. and was told that it could be fixed by replacing the clutch plate. Hope this helps.
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GTStick
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GTStick Mar 24, 8:27pm - #133396 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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do you have any aftermarket Intake on ur car?
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DarkMatter
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DarkMatter Mar 24, 8:58pm - #133397 

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2004 Toyota Celica

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^^ negative

gimme 2 weeks - the 2nd gen AEM CAI will be here grin

clutch plate huh? i already fucked something up after 3k miles? damn im good. how much is a clutch plate?
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GTStick
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GTStick Mar 24, 9:13pm - #133398 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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the Intake might make it bog worse, but with the AEM CAI its less than Injen. the blue bomber mod for CAI can help solve bogging problems, hes over at new celica.org.
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