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I had to remove the auto transmission from my 91 accord to repair stripped bellhousing bolt threads in the engine block. after i put the transmission back in the car runs ok. it shifts a little hard. the gas pedal will only go down about an inch. the cables are ok, i found that the throttle control lever on the transmission only moves about 1/4". it's not stuck or catching on anything external and the cable that connects it to the throttle is good. any ideas why that lever doesnt move much now?

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You have to go back over the reinstall of the trans. All you did.
You put the problem in the vehicle.
I own a trans shop years ago, and saw this happen, way too many times.
Mistakes my friend,you have to remember everything going out and going back.
You better find out how to adjust the throttle control, before you ruin the trans.
Sorry,I have been away from the business awhile and can't help,without being there.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

Testimonial: "Thanks for answering. I guess Im going to have to drop the tranny again and check it out. Thanks :)"

  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2010

    I didn't suggest removing the trans again. Just adjust the throttle cable,so it shifts correctly.

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