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The cable is a throttle valve cable. It has a silver metallic button on the black casing that is connected to the throttle body. You push in on the metallic piece while pushing the cable casing, not the cable, toward the rear of the engine. Try to push it in as far as it goes. Release the metallic piece and then get in the car and WITHOUT starting the engine, push the accelerator rapidly and all the way to the floor. The cable casing will come back out and now you can try it there if fine tune it's position by pushing down the metallic button and moving the casing to the back to shift sooner or to the front to shift later. These secondary adjustments are done in very, very minute increments.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1984 Chevy CamaroZ28
that depend on what harness you are looking for the ECUharness is located inside the car passenger side as you sit in the passenger seat it will be at the right side of your feetin behind the carpet just to the left of where your door hinges are.
Posted on May 26, 2008
Does your blower work? if it does,you could have a block in the line. or your water pump could be going bad, or your thermostat could be bad or misreading. Does your engine temp gauge bounce around.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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