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727 Transmission Throttle Linkage Adjustment
Contributed By: Tom Collins
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 &Truck Models
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