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Cable settings on diesel pump

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If its a Bighorn then there is a vaiable resistor that adjusts when the accelerator is pressed. The electric signal is passed to the ecu for change down in the autobox. There is more info on the Isuzu club pages but just losen the two srews and move the resitor anti cockwise this did the trick on my auto bighorn

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