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Old 09-10-2006, 03:31 PM   #1
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i cant figure out how to get this connector off the TB
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hmm. it dosen't just push/slide off?
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nope, i loosened the snap off connector on the top, and that whole piece just slides back and forth for adjustment, but i dont see a way that it comes off
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got it

the whole assembly snaps off if you push/pull in the 11:00 range
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For those that are interested, that'* the cruise control cable on L36 and S2 L67 TB'*. It just pushes off in the opposite direction of cable pull.

Andrew got it, but for anyone else trying to, just manually open the throttle by hand a little, and snap it towards the alternator end of the engine.

The other cable will come out of it'* pocket if you fully open the throttle by hand, and pull the slack so it'* coming out the top of the cable bracket perpendicular, then slide it out of the notch towards the firewall.
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