There is some variance in connections car to car, but they all do the same thing. At the carb. or throttle plate on the motor, the cable goes over a half round guide and the end slides into a round slot. Rotate the guide to full throttle and slide the end out of the slot. The cable goes through the firewall and should have a screw holding it in place. Inside on the gas pedal at the top will either be another end like the throttle end or may be a loop over a pin. May have a cotter pin or clip holding it. Remove and pull out through the firewall. To help get the new one in tie a string to the end of the old one and reattach it to the new one. Use the string to pull and guide the new one in. Reattach the ends and done.
the throttle cable itself will have to be replaced. the cable is most likely fraying internally.
The cable must be replaced if damaged.
no it cant be fixed just $hit a new one
cut the outer tubing back or raplace it
Your clutch cable snapped. It should be an easy fix.
Chances are the throttle cable from the pedal to the throttle body needs replacing.
1st check throttle housing,then if it is the cable getting stuck you can oil it a little bit
Splicing a fiber-optic cable.
you will need to replace the throttle cable, and while you are at it check the return spring.
Its not a kickdown cable its a throttle pressure cable. Take it to your local shop. They might do it for free. If not they might do it for an hour of labor
Could be a bad coil, plug wire, plug, etc. One thing to check. If it runs on one cyl. At low rpm, but both at high rpm, the right throttle cable can be out of the throttle body sleeve. One quick fix with engine off, is to wick the throttle full open hard, and let the throttle snap shut a few times. OR look at both throttle cables at the thr. Body to see if the right cable is hung up on the sleeve. Both sides have to be identical .
if its not the motor at fault then its probably a fault in the mechanism. in mine one of the cable strands snapped causing it to jam. the only solution was to sever the cable. drastic but effective.
Sounds like you've got a kinked cable somewhere. Check them and if so, replace.
sounds like you need to put some powder graphite on the accelarator cable. You can pick some up at your local auto parts store replace throttle cable,throttle cable is more than likely worn somewhere causing it to stick
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you might be able to adjust it down at the trany, but it would be better to just replace the hole cable
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On my wifes 2003 escape the cable from the cruise control actuator had slipped off the throttle body. The clip cracked so i replaced the cable. It was only $30 and easy to do.
Check for a floormat catching on the accelerator. If not the floormat, usually is a mis-routed cable where it comes out of the cable jacket and loops around the throttle shaft. This will hurt you or your engine if left alone-- please fix it quickly. You can check throttle operation with engine off.
Clean the throttle body
your clutch cable located at rear of motor is snapped, bro autopartswarehouse.com has one for $50 bucks, bro easy fix
its your idle controle i have a 1992 same problem just havent had time to fix it if you shut the car off for a second it will reset.THE DISENGAGED THROTTLE CABLE CAN INTERFERE WITH THETHROTTLE CAM MECHANISM, RESULTING IN THE THROTTLE STICKING IN EITHER THE OPENPOSITION OR CLOSED POSITION. WHEN THE THROTTLE STICKS IN THE OPEN POSITION,UNWANTED VEHICLE ACCELERATION WILL OCCUR WHICH MAY CAUSE AN ACCIDENT. Remedy: INSPECT THROTTLE CABLES TO ENSURE THE THROTTLE CONTROL CABLE IS FULLY SEATED IN THE RETAINING BRACKET AND INSTALL A CABLE TIE STRAP TO SECURE THE CABLE IN ITS CORRECT SEAT.
Possibly fix the vaccuum leak !!
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.
Check the butterfly in the throttle body on the car. It most likely is gummed up with oil and residue from the PCV system. This will cause the butterfly to stick. Clean this out with some carb cleaner and towels and it should take care of the problem. If that doesn't fix it, try to clean and lubricate the throttle cable.