throttle cable on 2000 Toyota Corolla

you know how the throttle cable is connected to the transmission itself, Now would the transmission fluid leak out if the rubber piece broke off.

by in San Pablo, CA on February 27, 2009
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ANSWER by on February 27, 2009
The rubber piece where the cable goes into the transmission, if that is broken, then yes, it will leak!
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COMMENT by on September 12, 2014
nothing is broken or leaking
ANSWER by on February 28, 2009
The cable you are describing is commonly called a "kick down" cable. It down shifts or "kicks down" the transmission when you press the accelerator pedal to the floor.
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COMMENT by on September 12, 2014
yes, but the kick cable is lose and didnt return to the transmission so the transmission dont change at all only drive on 1st gear
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