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So, today I was driving on the highway minding my own business, cranking the tunes, feeling good. Next thing I know some idiot was about to merge right into me so I gunned it in order to get ahead and away from said idiot. I didnt realize that I accelerated that hard (like I said I was cranking the tunes, didnt hear anything) but looked at rpm's and there I was at 4000. I'm usually really mindful at being easy accelerating to keep from having any tranny problems. Well right after, my engine light went on, has remained on since. I have noticed a slight difference in the shifting since then. Stopped at auto zone and their scanner came up with nothing. I know that the only way to really figure this out is to have a thorough diagnostic scan done by my mechanic but I wanted to hear any feedback that any of you on here might have. This is my first time joining a forum so I am totally new to this. Just figured it would help to hear from other jeep compass owners who have more knowledge than me. Thanks everyone!
 

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Well it certainly helps with "I wanted to hear any feedback that any of you on here might have." when we know what you're driving and background millage etc.

Type it all in and/or create a detailed signature so you won't have to do it each time.
 

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2007 jeep compass. 85,820 miles. haven't had any tranny issues other than a new throttle control sensor. Front end and rear end suspension issues but have had LOTS of work to fix all of that. Just freaking out a bit because I seriously have spent over $5000 worth of repairs/maintenance in past year. Just got it back last week from all the rear end work. Eek. Ty sooo much for responding
 

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last week rear end work: rear toe links, lower control arms, upper lateral arms. alignment done, had serious negative camber on drivers side rear tire. got new rear tires because all mis-alignment caused them to wear out faster
 

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Well, you tried so I suspect it will clear itself as there are no codes unless the codes are very vehicle specific to other subsystems.

However, if you really look a my signature a full reference is there for anyone.
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You can go to Quicklinks above on the bar and edit (to enter a signature).

4000RPM is not over reving for one and the computer will not allow it to destroy itself.

You could have blasted carbon from the combustion changer out or an O2 sensor went out of range (which should have set a code). Gas quality and brands do make a difference in the long term stick to a Tier One gas for the next several fill ups!!

Since you location is also missing.

Station such as SHELL, PETRO CANADA, ESSO are the only Tier One grades in Canada which excel in cleaning and being clean. USA has equivalent and more stations. Mobil One and Exxon I believe are among but you can google for Tier one stations chains.

Sometime running a tank of Their Premium on a highway drive clean quicker. I WOULD NOT resort to a fuel additive which can do more harm.

Good luck, wait and see if there are other symptoms.

NOTE: Premium grades not only are higher octane but have more cleaning agents typcially. At least Shell and Petro Canada claim that also no Ethanol is in the gas.
 

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codes P00647, P0032, P2010

went to diff store and their scan did show codes. Gave me codes and breif description of what it means but I'm still clueless. What do you think? You seem to know quite a bit. Also it seems to be having difficulty shifting out of 3rd gear unless I let off of the gas. I'm reading up alot about the o2 sensor and maybe this is why.
 
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