In the Jeep Factory '84/85 GW & truck manual M.R.253 for the 727 & V8
engine. Here's what follows:
The throttle linkage adjustment is important to proper operation. This
adjustment positions a valve which controls the shift speed, shift quality and
part of the throttle down shift sensitivity. If the setting is too short, early
shifts and slippage may occur. If the linkage setting is too long, shifts may be
delayed and part throttle down shifts may be very sensitive.
This adjustment is so important that the use of a throttle lever holding
spring is necessary to remove slack in the linkage during adjustment. Refer to
THROTTLE LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT...
THROTTLE LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT - 8 Cylinder Wagoneer
- Disconnect the throttle control rod spring(1) at the carburetor.
- Raise the vehicle
- Use the throttle control rod spring to hold the transmission throttle
valve control lever forward against the stop.
- Block the choke open and set the carburetor throttle off the fast idle
- NOTE: On carburetors equipped with a
throttle operated solenoid valve, turn the ignition lock to the ON position
to energize the solenoid. Then open the throttle halfway to allow the
solenoid to lock and return the carburetor to the idle position.
- Loosen the retaining bolt(2) on the throttle control rod adjusting link
(3). Remove the spring clip and move the nylon washer(4) to the rear of the
- Push on the end of the link retaining bolt.
- Install the nylon washer(4) and spring clip(5).
- Remove the throttle control rod spring(1) from the linkage and install it
on the rod.
- Lower the vehicle.
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