Your 1983 Chevy Silverado accelerator cable is held in place with swivel nuts on each end of the cable. Connect the accelerator cable and secure it by turning the swivel nuts to the right.
The accelerator cable is connected with a swivel nut on each end of the cable. Loosen the swivel nut, by turning it to the left. The accelerator cable will come off. Reverse the process to install the new accelerator cable.
The 1985 Chevrolet Corvette accelerator cable is held in place with a swivel nut on each end of the cable. Turn the swivel nuts to the left to remove the cable. Reverse the process to install the new accelerator cable.
how do replace an accellerator cable on a 1973 bug
The cable does not have any adjustment.
Desconnect the cable on the carbrrator. On the accelerator pedal, twist the bent offset on the cable out of the side of the accelerator pedal and pull the cable out of the housing. Push the new cable into the housing at the pedal and install the offset into the pedal. Be sure the cable has gone through the entire cable housing, including the one through the fan housing. Connect to carb.... Now, wasn't that easy?
Yes, a broken or disconnected accelerator cable is the likely cause for the accelerator pedal to quit working. The car will still run fine but will not be able to accelerate past idle.
It is the accelerator cable.
To adjust the cable, pull up the cable release at the rear of the throtle body and move the cable all the way to the rear, Then get inside the car and mash the accelerator all the way to the floor. This should adjust it.
Yes. Most accelerator cable can fit as long as the lengths the same. You may need to adjust it by clipping the end
With determination and know how!
If the suburban is equipped with the 4l60E automatic transmission then the throttle position sensor acts electronically as a "kickdown cable". The only cables on the throttle should be for the accelerator pedal and cruise control, if equipped.
Falcon punch! Yes!
If the cable appears to be in good shape, a dirty throttle body can cause that.
The cable will cost anywhere from $5.00 to $10.00 US depending on the source.
I have absolutely no idea
the cable is located at the top of the engine behind the throtle body if it is a 4.6L V8.
replace the fuel filter and the accelerator cable to the throtle body
Fuel line. Throttle lines of which there are 2. One is the accelerator cable and the other is the return cable sometimes called the idle cable.
follow it from the intake to the foot pedal
Check the accelerator cable? It might have snapped
It is the part that the accelerator cable hooks to.
It is located on the side of the engine where the cruise/accelerator cable and A/T kickdown cable all join together.