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GA16DE 1.6L Engine Engine Discussion: 91-99 Sentra, 95-98 200SX, 91-93 NX1600

 
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post #1 of 10 Old Mar 10th, 2006, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
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Throttle Cable Adjustment

well after searching for threads and fiddling with the cables, I can't find which is the one that would make the gas pedal more responsive.
I have a 95 200sx, ga16de engine, theres 2 cables. i know how to tighten them, but I dontk now which is the one that makes it more responsive. I dont wana take a guess and make my car idle at 3000rpm. So does anyone know which cable i need to tighten for what i want?
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the one closer to the throttle body.
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Has anyone done a write up about it?? Because I didn't know you could do that. . . . It makes sense, but I wouldn't just do it while looking at the car. Mabe I'm just a REALLY GREEN mechanic, but I'd like to learn how to do it.(shrug).
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i believe that is is also on sentra.net , well once it is back up check it out there to, it is best to get alot of info befor you do the project

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Or you could have just looked in the full service manual. I know for a fact it is in there. I didnt even do a search for it. that was the first place i looked when i wanted to do mine.

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make sure not to set the nut on the outside to far off of the threads because it WILL fall of eventuly, i did this mod to see how it worked, and i tightend it as much as i could, i noticed a small difference untill the nut fell off and stuck my throtle at around 4k

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Or you could have just looked in the full service manual. I know for a fact it is in there. I didnt even do a search for it. that was the first place i looked when i wanted to do mine.

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or you can think hey is my sentra caborated? (no) so you (or another friend) can floor the pedal with the engine off and see witch one moves. one is the cruise control cable btw

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Yeh, seemed like the threads on my adjusting bolt were stripped towards the end. .. the nut is all loose on it. . . .
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