Once again I have some troubles with connection of the TV cable. However this time the trouble is on the other side than usual - the connection of the cable to the TV lever on transmission (point No. 2 on the picture below). When I unconnect the TV cable (point 2) TV pressure is 0psi at idle. But when I do connect it it starts on 35psi at idle and rises as it should (it reacts very well on the movement of the throttle pedal). All this with the small bracket under the throttle valve unconnected (= that mean the pressure shall be as low as possible, but it is not). I believe that the part of the cable between points 1 and 2 is shorter than it should be (have no idea how this is possible but maybe someone did something wrong before me). My idea is to move the point where the cable is bolted (No. 1) a little bit toward the point 2 using some washer. In that case in "neutral position" the TV lever will be where it should be (0psi position) and I can adjust it using the bracket under throttle lever and pressure gauge as it should be done. Are my thoughts right? Or where else could be the problem? (cable is not twisted, is connected on the other end as it should be).
Maybe the cable is not connected to the TV lever as it should be - there is no grommet - there is just a little hole at the and of the cable in which is the "nipple" on the TV lever slided. Have you someone probably some picture how the connection should look like?