[DML] Cruise Control & Throttle Cables
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[DML] Cruise Control & Throttle Cables



I recently finished installing a cruise control unit...

(hey Marty!  Remember that kit I bought 8 years ago?  I just put it in!)

...anyway, so I just finished installing cruise control.  On a long drive I 
had the throttle cable jump track.

I got to thinking, if I removed the return spring on gas pedal, shouldn't 
that help keep the pedal down & hence the throttle cable will stay taught in 
the spool groove/guide?  The throttle assembly on the engine has 3 different 
return springs already... how much more help can this 4th one be?

I figured that if I did this & then added some kind of extra guides on the 
spool, that I should be pretty much covered.  Am I overlooking something 
obvious?  Any insight from the group?

-Luke & 10270 




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