Kickdown cable needs adjusting.
Speedometer cable replace 1989 toyota
You can get a speedometer cable for your 1990 Toyota pickup truck at most auto-parts stores. Many Toyota dealerships have auto part departments open to the public.
When the throttle blades are wide open, the kickdown cable should be ALMOST completely extended.
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The speedometer is electronic on a 1999 Ram, and does not have a cable.
kickdown cable. it connects to the linkage on the carb's throttle. as the throttle goes in the kickdown goes out.
Nope 91 was the last year of that
There is no speedometer cable on that vehicle. The speedometer is driven electronically.
Check kickdown cable or throttle valve cable adjustment. Also, check transmission fluid quality. If it's bad, replace it with fresh fluid.
They don't use a cable; it's a hydraulic assembly with a master cylinder, line, tube, and slave.
sorry that's a aod transmission they don't have modulators.the shift is controled by the kickdown cable
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.
You are asking two separate questions. The transmission has a cable,mechanical, kickdown. The distributor does not have a vacuum advance.
You didn't mention what year the S10 is but, yours probably doesn't have a cable driven speedometer. It is electronic.
There are two types of speed sensors and you can't tell until you look. One is electrical/magnetic (VSS) and one is a cable that goes directly into the instrument cluster. Here is my answer to How to replace the Speedometer Cable in a 1990 Toyota 4x4 Pickup 3.0 3VZE V6. To remove the cable you will need to unhook the e-brake assembly and seperate the speedometer cable from the e-brake at the firewall by the gas pedal. On end goes to rear of the instrument cluster and the other end attaches to a small gear at the rear of the transmission. The instrument cluster will need to be removed.
IF THE CABLE IS DAMAGED, THE HOUSING IS DAMAGED. ITS A COMMON PROBLEM. REPLACE WITH NEW PARTS
I'm not by any means an expert but on my 87 4X4 5 speed the cable runs from the speedometer down the top right of the transmission into the back of the transfer case under neath the truck. It will be a thick (about 3/8"), stiff, black wire which is actually the cable housing.
Replace the battery cable with an OEM style cable. Do not use a clamp on terminal.
A Grand Caravan would have the 41TE transmission which does not have a throttle or kickdown cable.
It is located on the side of the engine where the cruise/accelerator cable and A/T kickdown cable all join together.
You unscrew it like a lightbulb and then srew it in like a lightbulb.
The Toyota handbrake cable is attached to the botton of your handbrak with a barrel crimp. if you look at the bottom of the handbrake shaft inside the tube it runs in you will see a white teflon slide, just bellow this if you twist the pistol grip you will see the barrel end. I assume the roller needs to be removed to insert the new cable, I havn't gotten arround to replacement yet. good Luck Miek
You can replace your 2003 Toyota Echo antenna. Remove the antenna retaining nut. Remove the cable from the bottom of the antenna. Reverse the process to install the new antenna.