This may be due to 2 reasons. One is the fact that the throttle body bore has a groove worn into it due to a worn throttle shaft bearing. This cannot be fixed as you will have to purchase and replace the throttle body. The other could be a frayed or binding accelerator cable.
If you have a electrical speedo you don't have a cable. Change the speed sensor in the trans.
possible cable Remove from transmission and check if in one piece - if not remove speedometer head and replace cable to transmission and head
There is no cable.. its electronic
To change the voltage regulator on a 94 Geo Tracker, locate it in the black plastic box on the back of the alternator. Unplug each cable from the regulator, remove it and replace.
Electronic and not cable.
replacement of I-94
unhook neg battery cable then wait 10 mins for disgarge of capaciter then proceed to change ignition
If you press the accelerator and the engine doesn't increase it's RPM's, or if you find that the car doesn't accelerate properly, like it will only go 46 miles per hour and it used to go 85 miles per hour, you probably need a new cable.
If it is like my 94, there is no cable, it is electronic. Run1
It sounds like it is the clutch cable. I have a 94 Nissan Sentra and the clutch cable just broke. I have replaced one on an older Nissan, but it is still difficult for me to do on the 94. It is really hard to get the broken cable out.
Disconnect the - battery cable Raise and support the vehicle Disconnect the wiring at the top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
Replace the speedometer cable. Better yet, replace the car. I had this problem in my 94 acclaim. Somehow it had gotten severed and no new part was needed. Take it to a mechanic you trust and all it will cost you is labor. No need to replace the car.
replace the radiator, they are integrated.
Disconnect the - battery cableRaise and support vehicleDisconnect wiring harness at top of starterRemove starter mounting boltsRemove starter
The blend door actuator on the '94 Suburban is located just above and to the right of the accelerator pedal. There are 2 - 7mm screws that hold it in place and 1 wire harness connection.
Remove tank, remove sending unit, replace pump, replace tank.
on the 94 aspire the speed cable connects to the speedometer and goes through the firewall and to the wheel
Disconnect the positive cable from battery, carefully remove the console, disconnect the overdrive wire connection carefully, undue and replace with your new one.