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

What i have noticed on some deloreans that the cable with either come 
off the spool or stay on with the cruise control. I am lucky because 
mine stays on.

Put a spring on the gas pedal, it will remove the slack in the cable 
when the cruise is on.

Mark V

On Oct 18, 2006, at 7:47 AM, doctorDHD@xxxxxxx wrote:

> Luke,
> When I installed my cruise control I tried to figure out a way to 
> prevent the
> possibilty of the cable falling off the spool but couldn't develop a 
> viable
> solution so I opted to put the actuator in the bonnet and have it pull 
> the gas
> pedal.  ... It works well that way.  If anyone would like more info 
> please let
> me know.
> D² & 6530 (Still using the 2700 ohm resistor in series with my pickup 
> coil
> and  now offering a prize to anyone who can solve the problem.)
> Dave Delman
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