For engines with mechanical throttle control
Disconnect the wire from the "negative" terminal of the battery
Remove nut 1 and remove accelerator cable 2 from sector 3 of the air throttle actuator
Slide gland 1 off the cable tip, completely unscrew nut 2 from the cable tip, pull tip 3 of the cable sheath out of the bracket and pull it up out of the bracket through the cable slot.
Remove the tip 3 from the cable, removing it from the outer 4 and inner shells of the cable.
Remove the outer 1 and inner sheaths of the cable from the tip 2 on the bulkhead
Remove the cotter pin 1 from the pin and remove the pin 2. Move the oil seal 4 and remove the bracket 3.
Pull the cable through the tip on the bulkhead shield into the passenger compartment.
Install the new accelerator cable in reverse order and adjust it.
Adjusting the throttle cable
Loosen the nut 1 fastening the cable 2 on sector 3.
Loosen nut 2 of adjusting bolt 1 between upper 4 and lower 3 accelerator pedal levers.
Pull out cable 1 from throttle sector 3 as far as it will go.
In this case, the upper lever 5 of the accelerator pedal must rest against the buffer 4 on the bracket.
Tighten nut 2 securing the cable on the sector.
In this case, the throttle valve must be completely closed.
Pull the upper lever 4 of the pedal towards you as far as it will go.
In this case, the throttle valve must be fully open.
While holding the upper lever 4 of the pedal in this position, turn the lower lever 3 of the pedal until it stops against the mat and tighten the nut 2 of the adjusting bolt 1
When properly adjusted, with the pedal fully released, the throttle should be fully closed and the upper pedal arm should rest against the buffer on the bracket.
With the pedal fully depressed, the throttle should be fully open and the lower pedal arm should rest against the mat.
You can correct the position of the cable by moving the tip 1 of the sheath in the bracket, loosening the nuts 2.
Tighten nuts 2 after adjusting.