67 Crown...need pictures of throttle cable

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  1. Cadee

    Cadee New Member

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    I don't think my throttle cables/springs are set up correctly, previous owner has messed around with a lot of things on this car so...can someone post some pictures of the throttle linkage and return springs, especially the kick down rod and spring.
    Thanks.
     
  2. CBODY67

    CBODY67 Senior Member

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    Possibly the same as a regular Chrysler 440 of that year? Some pics exist in other threads on here, but not specifically for Imperials. But should be similar if not the same.

    Download a factory service manual at www.mymopar.com. Should detail what you're curious about.

    CBODY67
     
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    Engine? 440?
    Carburetor? 2 bbl or 4bbl
    There are some differences. The service manuals have pretty good descriptions and setting instructions. Typically this site has free downloadable service manuals, although I didn’t see 67 Chrysler & Imperial.
    MyMopar - Mopar Forums & Information - Service Manuals
    The Dodge or Plymouth one could be helpful for engine stuff.
    There is an Imperial one on EBay.
    If you have a 2bbl I can take a picture of my ‘68 Polara linkage. Should be close.
     
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    1966 300 (10).jpg 1966 300 (11).jpg 1966 300 (12).jpg 1966 300 (13).jpg 1966 300 (14).jpg
    Hope this helps, 1966 Chrysler 300, 383 4bbl. No A/C.
     
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    1967 Imperial used a Holley carb...
    However the linkage pics Trainwreck posted still shows how it is suppose to be....
     
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    Trainwreck?
     
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    errrr,,,,, uhhmm,,, Welll,, it sounds fun.... :lol:

    We still love you Bill..... (even tho you didn't make Volo this year :( )
     
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    That's OK. After all, I did wreck myself pretty good out in California. Besides, if you can't laugh with your friends, who the hell can you laugh with.
     
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    The pictures of the 1966 are different. The spring on the kickdown won’t run forward, it will go rearward on the 67.

    The stud that everything mount to is longer.

    The return spring bracket at front intake bolt is different, just goes up, not bent over at the top, only the carb return spring runs forward on the 67.

    These photos are a 1967 440

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  10. Cadee

    Cadee New Member

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    Thanks guys, I should have noted that mine is a 440 with no A/C.
    The pictures posted should help me though.
    Thank you.