Throttle Valve Cable
Throttle Valve (TV) Cables are used in all modern cars with automatic transmissions and they are used to control line pressures, shift points, part throttle downshifts and detent downshifts. The TV cable is attached on one end to the throttle linkage and on the other end, the TV cable is attached to the transmission. As the throttle is depressed, the TV cable is pulled to produce progressively later upshifts at higher throttle positions. Also transmission downshift is produced when the throttle valve cable is pulled a certain amount when the pedal is completely depressed.Features
TCI TV Cable Brackets are designed for correct alignment between the transmission throttle valve cable and the carburetor. A properly adjusted throttle valve cable angle will result in optimal transmission shift performance, and prevent premature transmission wear.
TCI TV Cable Corrector Kits make it easy to install and adjust the TV cable for 700R4 and 2004R transmissions. The easy-to-use design is constructed of steel and comes with all the necessary parts for a clean install. No need to remove the transmission just attach the included brackets to the carburetor, one end of the TV cable to the brackets and the other end of the cable to the transmission.Features:
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