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    yadayada Dec 20, 2016

    Does it even have one? Most are totally electronic no cable

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How to disconnect speedometer cable from transmission on 1990 ford f150?


unscrew the cable from the transmission. if you can`t unscrew it,unbolt the lock bolt that holds the little bar which keeps the speedometer cable in place and remove the speedometer driven gear assembly from the transmission. the gear is plastic and is what the cable is driven by.

Apr 21, 2015 | 1990 Ford F150

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How do i replace transmission modulator valve on a 1991 gmc sierra 1500 4.3


UNLESS you have a TH400 3 speed HD automatic transmission, which I HIGHLY doubt being it's a 1500 with a 4.3, you won't have a vacuum modulator. UNLESS someone swapped an older TH350 or TH400 transmission into the truck.

Instead you'll have what called a TV cable, or throttled valve cable.

This cable should be located on the passenger side of the transmission and is routed up to the side of the throttle body and hooked up like the old "kick down" cables.

The TV cable isn't simply a "kick down" cable, even though it does act like one, it also adjusts the pressure for the transmission to shift at different throttle positions. Much like the old vacuum modulators did.

Hope this helps.

Feb 10, 2015 | GMC Cars & Trucks

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Hoe to replace


the shifter cable (not TV kick down)
you detact it from the shifter (removed)
the detach it from the tranny.
it has 2 ends, detach them.
of never done a cable change on anything or on A/T
the RTM read the manual, read the FSM (Suz)
or loging to alldata.com and read that there.
the odd thing, ive never seen one fail, way do you think its bad, collision damage?
here is a quote from the pull tranny page, it might help
but most books (cept a real FSM)
do not cover , the minor steps , they are basics
Transmission Removal & Installation
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2. Drain the transfer case oil, if equipped.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Negative battery cable
    • Center console and transfer case shift lever, if equipped
    • Transmission dipstick tube
    • Transmission wiring harness connectors
    • Starter motor
    • Front driveshaft, if equipped
    • Rear driveshaft
    • Gear select cable and bracket
    • Throttle Valve (TV) cable, if equipped
    • Exhaust front pipe
    • Transmission oil cooler lines
    • Transmission brace
    • Flywheel access cover
    • Torque converter
    • Speedometer cable, if equipped
    • Vehicle Speed (VSS) sensor connector, if equipped
    • Transmission flange bolts and nuts
    • Transmission braces, if equipped
  4. Support the transmission with a jack and remove the transmission mount and crossmember.
  5. Place a wooden block at the rear of the cylinder head as shown to support the engine when the transmission is removed.
  6. Lower the transmission away from the vehicle.

Dec 13, 2013 | 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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Cable from throttle body to transmission


If this 89 Cabriolet has an automatic transmission the part is called a bowden cable (same as accelerator cable)
Part number is 010 321 307 A for the cable from the throttle on the engine to the lever on the automatic transmission. Another cable is also attached the this same lever on the automatic transmission going to the accelerator pedal.

Jul 23, 2012 | 1989 Volkswagen Cabriolet

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Changing a transmission in a 1989 Buick Electra Park Avenue


Transmission REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Open the hood and place protectors on the fenders. Remove the air cleaner assembly.
  2. Disconnect the detent cable at its upper end.
  3. Remove the transmission oil dipstick, and the bolt holding the dipstick tube if it is accessible.
  4. Raise the vehicle and safety support it with jackstands. NOTE: If a floor pan reinforcement is used, remove it if it interferes with driveshaft removal or installation.
  5. Disconnect the speedometer cable at the transmission.
  6. Disconnect the shift linkage at the transmission.
  7. Disconnect all electrical leads at the transmission and any clips that hold these leads to the transmission case.
  8. Remove the flywheel cover and matchmark the flywheel and torque converter for later assembly.
  9. Remove the torque converter-to-flywheel bolts and/or nuts.
  10. On gasoline engine vehicles, disconnect the catalytic converter support bracket.
  11. Remove the transmission support-to-transmission mount bolt and transmission support-to-frame bolts, and any insulators (if used).
  12. Position a transmission jack under the transmission and raise it slightly.
  13. Slide the transmission support rearward.
  14. Loosen the transmission enough to gain access to the oil cooler lines and detent cable attachments.
  15. Disconnect the oil cooler lines and detent cable. Plug all openings.
  16. Support the engine and remove the engine-to-transmission bolts.
  17. Disconnect the transmission assembly, being careful not to damage any cables, lines or linkage.
  18. Install a C-clamp or torque converter holding tool onto the transmission housing to hold the converter in the housing. Remove the transmission assembly from the vehicle (a hydraulic floor jack is best for this). To install: Fig. 1: Transmission oil cooler lines 85847023.gif

  19. Install the transmission assembly into the vehicle (a hydraulic floor jack is best for this). When installing the flex plate-to-converter bolts, make sure that the weld nuts on the converter are flush with the flex plate and that the converter rotates freely by hand. Coat the threads with thread locking compound, hand-start the three bolts, tighten them finger tight and torque them evenly to 35 ft. lbs. (48 Nm).
  20. Support the engine and install the engine-to-transmission bolts. Torque the bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  21. Connect the oil cooler lines and detent cable.
  22. Slide the transmission support forward.
  23. Position a transmission jack under the transmission and raise it slightly.
  24. Install the transmission support-to-transmission mount bolt and transmission support-to-frame bolts, and any insulators (if used).
  25. On gasoline engine vehicles, connect the catalytic converter support bracket.
  26. Install the flywheel cover.
  27. Connect all electrical leads to the transmission and any clips that hold these leads to the transmission case.
  28. Connect the shift linkage at the transmission.
  29. Connect the speedometer cable at the transmission.
  30. Check to see if all under vehicle components and fasteners are properly installed and torqued.
  31. Lower the vehicle safely.
  32. Install the transmission oil dipstick, and the bolt holding the dipstick tube if it is accessible.
  33. Connect the detent cable at its upper end.
  34. Connect the negative battery cable. Recheck all procedures for completion of repair. Close the hood and remove the protectors on the fenders.
  35. Install the air cleaner assembly. Refill the transmission with fluid as outlined in the "Oil Pan'' section in this chapter.
  36. Start the vehicle and check operation. prev.gif next.gif

Sep 25, 2010 | 1989 Buick Electra

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Speedometer quit working


Speedometer cables connect to the transmission. Trace the speedometer cable from the transmission to the dash. Disconnect the cable from the transmission and pull the cable out. Compare the length of the cable to the cable housing. If it is damaged or broken, replace the cable

Apr 24, 2010 | 2001 Hyundai Tiburon

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My 1999 saturn sl1 will not shift into 2nd or reverse, but works ok for 1st and 3rd. what can the problem be?


manual transmission correct? 1,3,5 work by pulling on a cable attached to the transmission. 2,4,R work by pushing on a cable attached to the transmission. you have a shift cable problem. whatever is supposed to push the shifter cable is not working. it also could be a problem where the shift cable mounts to the levers on the transmission. do a good visual inspection of the cables where they attach to the transmission while somebody attempts to shift into 2 or 4.

Mar 23, 2010 | 1999 Saturn SL

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My transmission will not go into park. how do i fix that


  1. Install the shift cable end of the shift cable to the transmission shift lever stud ball.
  2. Install the retainer to the shift cable and transmission bracket.
  3. Feed the shift cable through the floor panel.
  4. Lower the vehicle.
  5. Adjustment Procedure
    1. Ensure that the shift cable is not restricted.
    2. Place the shift lever into the NEUTRAL position.
    3. Position the shift cable to assume a natural routing. The shift cable must be free to move 20.0 mm (0.80 inch) axially during the adjustment under adjustment spring loads.
    4. Pull the cable end completely forward and release it. (When the cable is pulled completely forward and released, the adjustment spring will position the cable to its most rearward position.) Notice: Do not pull the shift lever ball stud forward of the transmission shift lever ball stud during installation. Pulling the shift cable end forward of the transmission shift lever ball stud before installing the shift cable end to the transmission shift lever ball stud will result in a poor adjustment.
    5. Connect the end of the shift cable to the transmission shift lever stud ball.
    6. Press the locking tab IN in order to secure the shift cable to the transmission bracket.

Oct 13, 2009 | 1984 AMC American Motors Eagle

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Transmission wont shift


check the kickdown/throttle valve cable. It may be bound up and stuck in the maximum position giving you extremely late shifts.

There ISN"T any modulators or vac lines on any Chrysler automatics

Nov 08, 2008 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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