Adjustments

ADJUSTMENT OF THROTTLE CABLE

1. DEPRESS ACCELERATOR PEDAL ALL THE WAY AND CHECK THAT THROTTLE VALVE OPENS FULLY

If the throttle valve does not open fully, adjust the accelerator link.

2. FULLY DEPRESS ACCELERATOR

3. LOOSEN ADJUSTMENT NUTS

4. ADJUST THROTTLE CABLE

(a) Adjust the cable housing so that the distance between the end of the boot and the stopper on the cable is correct.

(b) Tighten the adjusting nuts.

(c) Recheck the adjustments.

ADJUSTMENT OF FLOOR SHIFT LINKAGE

ADJUST SHIFT LINKAGE

(a) Loosen the nut on the shift linkage.

(b) Push the manual lever fully rearward.

(c) Return the lever two notches to the NEUTRAL position.

(d) Set the shift selector in "N".

(e) While holding the selector lightly toward the "R" range side, tighten the shift linkage nut.

ADJUSTMENT OF NEUTRAL START SWITCH

If the engine will start with the shift selector in any range other than "N" or "P", adjustment is required.

1. LOOSEN NEUTRAL START SWITCH BOLT AND SET SHIFT SELECTOR IN "N" RANGE

2. ADJUST NEUTRAL START SWITCH

(a) Disconnect the neutral start switch connector.

(b) Connect the ohmmeter between the terminals.

(c) Adjust the switch to the point where there is continuity between N and B terminals.

(d) Connect the neutral start switch connector.

3. TORQUE NEUTRAL START SWITCH BOLT Torque: 55 kg-cm (48 in.-lb, 5.4 N-m)

WHEN THROTTLE VALVE IS FULLY OPENED

Rubber Boot (Straight Type)

Inner

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Outer Adjusting Nuts Cable table Stopper (or Painted Mark)

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