I'm about to begin the miserable task of fixing the slop in my throttle control system. As is, the pedal must move a full inch before the pulley begins to rotate, but it WILL go to full throttle.
Before I get in there, I'd like to prepare.
Assume the cable is stretched, but is in ok condition otherwise. Can I take up the slack by crimping a brass spacer onto the cable between the stop and the arm? To plan, I need to see what it looks like. Does anyone have a photo of the mechanical connection of the cable to the steel arm, in the tunnel?
By tying the throttle body pulley in the full open position, I should have plenty of slack - right?
[This message has been edited by notaguru (edited 04-11-2014).]