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    Slave Throttle Cable?

    Hello All,

    Just to follow up from my first post. I was initially havin trouble with the throttle at the trigger on my 01 gtx di. I put it in the water and had it revving to the 3'k rpm range which I know is lame but is a far cry better than the 1800 I was getting initially. I took the throttle body out and all is free and clear and the throttle cable from the trigger is moving as well when not attached to the throttle body, so I don't see a blockage there. My question is where does the slave throttle cable end up? I see it go under the engine but cannot trace the wire on the other side. I am not sure if it is this because there is some movement in the cable. I am yet to put the cables back on to see if it is working now, but I figured I would ask ahead just incase I needed to toy with that cable.


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    bump....anyone have any info on my post. The online service manual doesnt really have a good schematic of the wires in the engine compartment.

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