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SOURCE: honda accord kickdown cable adjustment procedure

if u want it to kick down later simply adjust more slack in the cable if u want it to kick down earlier make it tighter check the slack at the throttle body side adjust it to have about 1/4 inch slack drive and adjust acordingly

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