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Holley 600 cfm vacuum secondaries, electric choke (0-80457S)

Hi,

Can someone explain what the part on the inside of the throttle assembly is for and whether there is a spring missing on mine. I could not find anything specific on that area online.

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If your talking about that inside lever with the hole in it that is for a ford kickdown cable I believe and unless your using your carburetor on a for automatic that uses a kickdown cable you wont be using it. Hope that helps.
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ford kickdown

Hi Eric32,

Thanks, that helps a lot. My truck is a GMC (1984) so I will not be using it.

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