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Original Proton Throttle/Accelerator Cable for Saga/Iswara PW501897
[PW501897]
RM30.00
  • Original Proton Throttle/Accelerator Cable for Saga/Iswara PW501897 - Image 1
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An accelerator cable, sometimes called throttle cable, is a metal braided cable that serves as a mechanical link between the gas pedal and the engine's throttle plate. When the gas pedal is pressed, the cable is pulled and opens the throttle.

Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Accelerator Cable
  1. Damage to the outer covering
  2. Delayed accelerator response time
  3. Problems with cruise control
More explanation:
While most newer cars use drive-by-wire electronic throttle control, physical accelerator cables are still commonly found on many vehicles out on the road. An accelerator cable, sometimes called throttle cable, is a metal braided cable that serves as a mechanical link between the gas pedal and the engine’s throttle plate. When the gas pedal is pressed, the cable is pulled and opens the throttle. As the throttle is what controls the power of the vehicle, any problems with the cable can quickly translate into problems with the drivability of the vehicle so it should be inspected as soon as possible.

The most common way that accelerator cables fail is that they break. Over time, they can simply weaken with age and use, until they eventually snap. It is also not uncommon for them to come out of adjustment, to the point where a noticeable effect is produced. If the cable breaks, or comes out of adjustment far enough, it can affect the drivability of the vehicle to the point where the car will not be drivable until the problem is addressed. Usually, there will be a few symptoms displayed when the accelerator cable is having a problem.

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