I'm going to have to replace my cable going to the throttlebody. The guy who I bought it from showed it to me and I talked him into knocking $200 off the price of the Jeep, but now I gotta fix it. The Jeep does actually drive without it (I test drove it and it ran fine), so I'm assuming it's a secondary kickdown one? (basically the Jeep was a steal for what I paid for it and I didn't spend too much time dwelling on it, because I figured it's probably a $20-$40 part/easy fix, the thing still drove fine, and the Jeep was a steal... and the Jeep was a steal, lol). It's a cable running across the top of the motor that ends in a black plastic 90 degree fitting and it's snapped at the elbow. Is this a fairly easy fix? It's aggrevating only because I've been searching a few places online and can't find one. Is this a fairly common problem with these models?
My last vehicle was 25 years old, so I realize I may sound kinda dumb describing it the way I am, so no harm no foul.