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#1 Old 07-18-2011, 07:26 AM
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how to adjust tv cable

Heyguys, recently I've repaired my transmission n I added higher stall more clutches n valve body, but when i stomp on the gas my truck won't shift. Called revmax to see what I could be they told me to adjust tv cable. Well I took it to a transmission shop to get it fixed they told me 1998 dodge rams don't have tv cables that they are fully electronical, so I called hemifever to lower my shift points. He told me the same thing revmax did, I don't know much but I trust hemifever n revmax than aamco transmission shop.
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The tv cable is on the passenger side of the throttle body, has a white clip you pop off and adjust tv pressure. Is your truck not down shifting, or not up shifting? If not down shifting move cable towards firewall.

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Go back to tranny shop and slap the idiot that told you that you dont have tv cable.

do this after doing what lee put

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Thanks guys will do and ill have somebody that's big enough to slap transmission guy. By the way its my first time repairing a trans same guys wanted to charge me .3500 to repair ir stock. For less than that bought 3800 stall ( ill adding boost later). Valve body with shift kit and more clutches n have a better trannie lol
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aamco - there's the problem

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Sorry I'm not a mechanic I'm new to fixing cars. So to adjust the pressure do you pull the cord or what do I do.. ???
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Here are the instructions for the cable adjustment.
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File Type: pdf Throttle cable adjustment.pdf (488.5 KB, 334 views)

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Thanks woodstock,

That help me out a lot. My truck is running smoothly, up shifting with no problem, you can feel the kick back a lot now when it shift s thanks again. And no thank you aamco, your worthless shop robbing people.
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