Are throttle cables universal?
In today’s modern vehicles, throttle cables are obsolete with the widespread use of drive-by-wire throttle pedal assemblies. Our universal throttle cable offerings fit most any application or engine type and mounting location.
Can you fix a throttle cable?
A throttle cable is the most important part of the throttle in a car engine. Although the easiest solution for a ripped throttle cable is to replace the ripped one with a new one, it can be pretty expensive. It is possible, however, to easily repair your ripped throttle cable if it is ripped at the throttle end.
Can you solder a cable?
Soldering involves melting a low-temperature metal alloy over a joint or wire splice to secure 2 pieces together without the risk of them coming undone. If you want to combine 2 wires, you can easily use solder to make a connection that will last for a long time.
What does a throttle cable do?
Your car’s accelerator cable, also known as a throttle cable, is a braided metal wire that connects the gas pedal to the engine throttle plate. By applying and releasing pressure on the gas pedal, the driver is able to control the speed of the car.
Can you extend a throttle cable?
PowerMadd Black Throttle Cable and Extension helps to add a little extra throttle cable. The throttle extension will extend the throttle cable by 10 inches. The in-line adjuster allows you to fine tune the cable tension and slack. The universal end fits most sleds.