There is no governor on a wrangler, though in the computer there may be a rev limiter, the only way to disable this would be to have the computer re-programmed or a chip installed. At this time I don't know of any who supply a chip set, or re-programm Jeep computers. On a side note, altering the computer to get more speed is unwise in a jeep due to the inherent handling characteristics. If you want fast, don't buy a jeep.
From experience, there *is* a governor in the ECM and possibly a rev limiter too. During a closed-stage rally on a long down-hill straight stretch the engine cut out at 140kph (87mph), but the revs were under 3000 RPM, much less than what I sometimes do in lower gears while accelerating, so I know it was a speed limitation, not a revs limitation. The rest of the original answer is bang-on, it is a modernized farm tractor, not a sports car... still loads of fun though!
It is located on the transmission. You can bypass it but be carefull because the vehicle will start up in gear.
Then disable them in the BIOS. What good would passwords be if you could bypass them at will?
You can not bypass or disable the factory alarm. It is part of the computer programming.
If you want your vehicle to operate properly, you don't. If you bypass or disable the ECM, the motor isn't simply going to revert to functioning like a mechanical motor - many components of an electrical motor are dependent on the ECM in order to properly function. If you want to bypass the speed governor, you need that to be reprogrammed.
It does not have a governor. there is a governor at least one similar. my speedometer goes up to 130, but at 115 a governor like disabling of power happens. please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any answers. thanks it most likely is speed limited by the computer, the only way to bypass it is with a custom burned computer or an aftermarket performance chip
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if u want to disable it , there is a fuse box in the engine compartment , pull the fuse your abs will be disable, why take it off anyway
It does not have a governor. It may have a rev limiter which is comouter controlled.
You can't. the governor is part of the computer programming.
That would be Illegal you can't disable that by law.
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It has no governor. Speed is controlled by the ECU. To change it you would have to reprogram the ECU.
you dont without a tuner
You really can't turn it off. They sell bypass kits, but the passlock system has to be working in order for the bypass thing to work.
I own a 94 Accord ex and dont believe it has a govorner. I have had it going 135 with a little more left. But if yours does i would suggest getting a chip and tuning your ecu to bypass it
You'll have to get a tuner to disable it through the computer. If your talking with a remote start, you can bypass it with a "passlock" which can be found at car alarm shops
buy a power programmer. it will void warrenty
You CAN"T. It is built into the computer
search locker bypass switch.
To disable a kill switch the wiring would have to be modified to bypass the switch. This is not advisable as the switch is a safety feature.
remove fuse-Look in manual for which one
Ni, it is illegal in all 50 states.
There is a simple way to get past the governor, just as your going top speed hold in your round cruise control button and it will bypass the governor.