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While installing a new camshaft position sensor, I noticed my throttle cabble was really loose and didn't see any adjustments... I was just wondering if there all supposed to be like this and is there any way to make it a little tighter.. it really does effect my throttle response getting on the freeway...I will literly floor it and my rpms stay the same and my speed slowly increases then out of no where it will accelerate like a rocket thanks for anu help or suggestions
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2001 Satin Silver Mustang V6
BBK Power Plus 70mm throttle body
Mac cold air intake
MAC long tube headers
MAC off-road H-pipe
MAC true dual exhaust
American Racing 5 spoke
Nexen N3000 255/40ZR17 tires
MAC white face gauges
Cobra front end
I had a similar issue, well kind of, My pedal wouldnt go down all the way, and it turned out the sleeve on my cruise control had pulled out....just now thinking about this it could not possibly be this, but oh well :P
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