Question about 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser
Get a friend to depress the throttle fully. Make sure the opening value is fully open, take of air intake to view. Release the throttle. Now check that the kickdown cable is not slack. If it is loosen the outer cable nut and adjust so that the outer cable is 1mm from the stopper, that is from the rubber crommet where the cable comes through. The stopper is the big round thing.
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