Hey all, I have a question:
I had an issue where my jeep almost dying after a highway run speed at stop signs and lundging when coming up the driveway into the garage and getting ready to stop.
Someone told me a new throttle body sensor would remedy gas flow and stop the issue. I placed one in and while I was at it I cleaned every nook and cranny with carb cleaner. I still have the lunging issue and I am now wondering since my accelorator cable seems to have alot of slack in it, is it possible the slack is the issue?
I seached the site and found others had asked about slack cable, but no one answered.
Can the cable be tightened? is this my issue? can the throttle body by put on wrong? the butterfly is closed when the tbs is put on level.
jeep runs great, no issues, except falling on its face at stop lights (doesnt die) and racing slightly when coming up the driveway into the garage.
I have not been out yet to see if the falling on its face thing has stopped since the tbs install, but the driveway racing thing is still there even in a short jaunt around the subdivision. Is it possible the cable is not retracting enough into its sheath, and making the engine run to 1100 rpm right before I stop? any help would be appreciated.