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Old 03-26-2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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How do you adjust the kickdown cable/linkage on a '91 f150 5.8? Pulls good till you try to pass, then it's like i have to hit the gas almost to the floor before it will dnshift. and thats w/the O/D off! HELP!!!
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Confirm that your throttle plates are opening completely. It takes two people to check this. One holding down the gas, and one looking in the intake.

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OK, and theeeeennnnnn what ?
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Theeeeennnnnn buy a Haynes and read it.
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or all data subscription too. its better to have the book right there though
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OK, and theeeeennnnnn what ?
Telling us what transmission would help. I'm guessing E4OD but I have no clue what you may or may not have.
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Can't be the E4OD, doesn't have a kickdown cable.
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There should be a cable connected to the throttle body. It's got a plastic adjusted. Pull the clip and slide it to the desired tension.
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How do you adjust the kickdown cable/linkage on a '91 f150 5.8? Pulls good till you try to pass, then it's like i have to hit the gas almost to the floor before it will dnshift. and thats w/the O/D off! HELP!!!
You just described every car I've ever driven. Sounds normal to me...
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What? Nothing about swapping to a manual transmission?

Personally I fixed the problem by not trying to pass anybody in my truck. The car on the other hand has no such issues....
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