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THROTTLE CABLE NEED TO KNOW HOW TO SET UP ASR UNIT TO INSTALL THROTTLE AND CRUISE CONTROL CABLE AND THERE ARE THREE MORE CABLES GOING INTO IT. THE THROTTLE CABLE HAS A LOT OF SLOP IN IT. THANKS DAVE

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I suggtes check the wiring diagrams...


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Fig. 8: 1990-1995 5.7L MFI VIN J Engine Schematic







Fig. 9: 1992-1995 5.7L MFI VIN P Engine Schematic


The wires we need to locate are 25, 35 and 37. Renntech's instructions indicate that these should be 25 - Blue/White, 35 - Brown/Blue and 37 - Brown/Blue or Brown/Yellow. On one 5/93 built 500E, the actual colors were 25 - Blue, 35 - Brown/Yellow and 37 - Brown/Green. On the bottom of the socket, the numbers are listed. Verified this by also looking at the bottom of the ASR computer and you triple checked before to cut any of the wires. Liek reference guide, I find additional Renntech instructions and other ASR information under Techdocs section:
ASR Defeat (DIY) wiring diagram (W124.036 Specific)
ASR Defeat diagram from Renntech 1 (W124 Specific)
ASR Defeat diagram from Renntech 2 (W124 Specific)
ASR Defeat diagram from Renntech 3 (W124 Specific)

Note that there is one hand written ASR relay diagram, its not the diagram I used.

Hope helps.

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