Automatic - Throttle Pressure Cable Adjustment - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
I set the throttle pressure cable to the recommended distance of the crimped stop. It shifts at high rpm's (3000+) with very light pedal pressure. I loosened the cable and the crimped stop is against the threaded barrel. Still shifts are rather high rpm's (2700) and abrupt engagement. I loosened the cable about 2 turns of the nuts on the threaded barrel and it is shifting smoother and at lower rpm's. Why would this cable need to be very loose versus the recommended crimp stop distance? I might try loosening it some more to see what happens. I did not notice shifting of the transmission in the past, but over the last few years it has been very noticeable because of the higher rpm's before gear changes.
Any thoughts on what is happening?
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