At the "Y" in the cables at the rear of the car
To to adjust the throttle cable, first take off the air cleaner. Hold down the metal adjusting tab that is at the end of the cable.There is a sliding piece at the end of the cable, move it against the end. Let go of the adjusting tab then move the cable to the end.
To adjust the throttle cable, first open the hood of the car and locate the cable. Then, adjust the screws on either side of the cable. Following that, tighten the cable so that it is taut and there is no slack, but it is not over tight.
You can adjust the shift cable, on your Ford expedition, by turning the adjustment nuts. There is an adjustment not on each end of the cable.
How do you adjust the kickdown cable on a Honda Civic 2000 ex
How do you adjust an F-250 shifter cable? 2000 model
The shift cable on an 01 Chevy Cavalier is replaced by removing the retaining screws, removing the cable from the shifter, and pulling it from the vehicle. A new cable can then be locked into place and bolted down.
Assuming there is nothing wrong with the timing belt, loosen the two clamp bolts, and move the cable in the middle adjustment position, if the transmission shifts too late or too early for you're liking, readjust the tension.
You adjust the cable on top of the shifter module ( just below brake master cylinder) If you can't recognise this get someone else to sit in driver seat (with ignition on, but not running) and shift gears . You will see the cable moving on top of module. This bolt holding the cable can be adjusted VERY carefully.
There is no cable, the speedo is run electronically.
The throttle cable is not adjustable.
you can adjust the clutch cable as it is a hydraulic clutch, only option is to change the clutch if it is worn or slipping.
How do you adjust a transmission passing gear cable on a 95 chevy tahoe /
Raise the brake up 5 clicks and raise up the car and put it on jack stands. Find the threaded rod that houses the parking brake cable under the vehicle and adjust it until the rear tires do not spin..
There is no adjustment on the throttle cable.
The cable does not have any adjustment.
Cable underneath has a nut(s) to adjust.
adjust the clutch cable on top of the trans. adjust the clutch cable on top of the trans.
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.
If it shifts smothly into the gears before o/d it is not the cable.
kick down cable is stuck
To adjust the kickdown cable, you'll need to pull up on the release and open the throttle all the way. After that, pull the outer cable housing tight and adjust the clamp. When you are finished, the outer housing should have no slack.
There is no brake cable on your bike
it is most likely a self adjusting cable. if you look near the clutch itself, it there are two nuts on the cable, then you can adjust it there. if there is a black cylcinder at the clutch side of the cable then this is self adjusting.
You can not adjust the shift cable if you have having problems to where your exploer will not go into park then you will need to buy a new shift cable that is the only way to fix the problem