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Offline gnonyx

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Re: TPS Adjustment
« Reply #30 on: February 24 2020, 03:19:51 PM »
will the plunger go any further in?  If it will, I would start at that point and see if the shifts occur at the normal speeds.  If the shifts are too high, then I would pull the cable back a notch at a time until the shifts are at normal speeds (part throttle) and assuming they are still firm and clean, I would leave it alone.
Thanks for the reply Steve
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