Postby kg4miq » Tue Apr 26, 2016 2:12 pm
That's the pressure adjusting cable for the automatic transmission on a four-cylinder Trooper. It is normally connected to the throttle linkage, but most of the time, the cable sleeve separates from the ferrule on the end, causing it to become useless if left connected to it's normal spot. It is not uncommon to find these cables zip-tied to the firewall somewhere. It adjusts the shifting pressure (think: firmness of the shift) of the Aisin AW30-80LE transmission. Looks like someone has set it to whatever setting they felt was best for shifting.
So because im a slow old fart it takes me a while to do this type of work.. I have tucked into the rest of removing and modifying the ITEC to the 5TEC system .
as I live up here in the Land of the free Canada EH?. I dont need to worry about tech inspections like you southern guys. Heres a few pics as i Dither and Dally my removal mod and replacement. As ive been having some issues that point to a possible EGR valve issue i decided i have the gasket make an inspection as i am here anyway .
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