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1993 probe rpm question

is it normal to be at 3500-3800 in 5th gear going 70, i just bought this car and wondering. my mustang is at 2400rpm in 5th going 70, but it has 3.73 gears.
my probe is a v6 5 speed manual. thank you!

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Re: 1993 probe rpm question

1993 - 1997 Ford Probe

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The codes listed below come from the Vehicle Certification Label which is typically attached to the door latch edge on the driver side door.

Axle Codes
Transmission Codes

Axle Codes

L - Limited Slip Differential
C - Conventional Differential
Engine/Trans
Ratio

2.0L/Manual
4.11

2.0L/Automatic
3.77

2.5L/Manual
4.39

2.5L/Automatic
4.16


Transmission CodesEngine/Trans
Model

2.2L Non-Turbo
M5

2.2L Turbo
M5

3.0L EFI
M5

2.0L/Manual
M5

2.0L/Automatic
CD4E

2.5L/Manual
M5

2.5L/Automatic
4EAT





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