You don't. This is regulated by the BCM.
The 2004 Chevrolet Malibu has a 4-speed automatic.
the dealer could do it, bet my bottom dollar they wont though.
You can't as it has no governor. Speed is computer controlled. ANSWER get yourself one those handheld programmers (i have a hypertech). you can remove the top speed limiter using that.
You have to have the computer reprogrammed.www.pcmforless.com
open the trunk. the assemble is lossened from in there.
I have a 2004 Malibu and trying to remove the radio/defrost control console
The 2004 Mazda 6, as in all modern vehicles has an electronic, that is computer controlled speed limiter. Therefore a mechanical device does not exit to be removed per se. However, there are the possibilities of custom ECM/PCM programming that may allow for the governor to be deactivated in some applications.
No it shouldn't have to be dropped.
It has no governor. Speed is computer controlled. That speed is way more than you will ever need to drive this vehicle.
Yes, the 2004 Chevy Impala SS does have a governor chip that limits its top speed. This chip is factory installed and limits the speed to just over 100 mph.
if this is a 3.1, that is the way they work, remove with pliars if possible.