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Old 08-14-2011, 08:18 AM   #1
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Throttle sticking at idle

My throttle is sticking at low rpm but I can pull the pedal back and it will drop the rpms back down. Any easy fixes for this??
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Old 08-14-2011, 08:57 AM   #2
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spray wd 40 in the throttle cable
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This happens in my 81 and I can see the throttle return spring is weak that is next to the carb. Haven't figured out a solution as the dealer does not list the part number at all.
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22r or 22re? mine kinda sticks because the cable itself is frayed a little and as mentioned above the return springs really wore out. Mine's a carb'd 22r with a weber. Rigging a return spring solved most of my issues, might not be as simple to do on a 22re though.
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Old 08-14-2011, 09:24 AM   #5
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It's a 22 re I tried to play with the spring by the pedal but that didn't help. I will try the wd 40 and see what happens
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not just the spring at the pedal but on the throttle body as well.
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Go ahead and spray the WD40 on whatever, but I'd disconnect the throttle cable from the throttle body linkage and atleast try to pinpoint what's hanging up. I mean, it could be the throttle plate itself, but you wouldn't see it if you hadn't looked in there or cleaned it in a while.
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Thanks guys I'm going to go pull some stuff apart when it cools off a bit
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pull the cable out, and spray some carb-cleaner into the cable itself to clean out the garbage..
I did this, and it came out black on the other end.
Next, go buy some white-lithium grease and lube up your cable.
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