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Old 07-13-2018, 04:57 PM
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Throttle cam rebound dampening


Hey, I was hoping you all could help me in a) telling me whatís the proper name for this part and b) where I can get a new one.
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Old 07-13-2018, 08:56 PM
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Is that a Cummins Diesel?
A Cadillac Escalade?

Welcome to YotaTech. But you'll get a lot more help if you don't keep your rig secret. Make, Model, Year, Engine, Trim level, Transmission. Put it in your signature if you think you'll ever make another post.

Your picture LOOKS like a Dashpot on a Toyota 22re. About $60, if you know where to look.
https://parts.lakelandtoyota.com/p/T...220235271.html
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Old 07-14-2018, 12:02 AM
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Scope 103, thank you very much; dashpot is right. And yes itís a 22re. Iíd just got home from work at 2am when I started researching and posted this thread so I just wanted to cut to the chase. Iíll go put the specs in right away!
Damn, with shipping thatís bound to come to over 100$. Reckon itís any use in trying to restore the old one? Or finding a replacement off an alternative vehicle? That site looks legit though, thanks for the tip!!
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Pray tell where do you live that shipping would cost that much??

Unless you just use next day Shipping

Even though your rubber boot is torn just what is your problem ??

The dash pot keeps the throttle from slamming shut delays it slightly
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Old 07-14-2018, 04:28 AM
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Wyoming! Iím from Sweden. Iíve no experience from ordering parts out of the US though, so I guess I should look that up.
Yeah the bootís torn and besides that it ĒsighsĒ loudly when being depressed and it seems to depress really slowly, so you have to let off the gas one-two seconds before engaging the clutch or else it slips whenever you shift gears. Definitely not a major issue, really just a matter of habit in shifting gears (got the truck only last week), but I figured it was worth looking into since it appeared to be a simple bolt on and could prevent a sticking throttle in the future.
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FIrst, if you're paying to ship it that far, consider https://partsouq.com/en/search/all?q=22202-35271 Partsouq is in (wait for it ...) Saudia Arabia! I ordered some gears for my Suzuki, and they did ship them DHL for about $25 to the US. Pretty quick, too. Their prices are quite low, IF they have the part.

The site I cited is a Toyota dealer in Florida (USA). They are definitely legitimate. But, you have Toyota dealers in Sweden, why don't you at least pick up the phone and ask?

More importantly, if you're concerned about throttle action, first try removing the Dashpot. As wyoming9 points out, its function is to slow the throttle as it CLOSES. It shouldn't affect depressing the throttle; your problem is likely to lie elsewhere.
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Scope: Iíll look into it, I had no idea what it was called in either english or swedish so thatís why I asked your help.
Iíll rephrase the problem: the issue isnít depressing the gas pedal, itís rather when you let go of the gas so that the throttle cam pushes back on the dashpot piston. It then retracts, it seems to me, a bit too slow, keeping the throttle open for one-two seconds after releasing the gas pedal. Sorry if that was unclear before.
However if you guys think that timespan seems reasonable then I guess thereís no problem
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Come to think of it, maybe a beefier throttle return spring should take care of that
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Before you start replacing parts, start with the manual: http://web.archive.org/web/201108151...93throttle.pdf

That's more important than what "us guys" think.
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Okay! Thanks a bunch, this has all been very helpful.
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