I apologize for not being clearer. I know someone here can tell me what it is on a '99 P38 that makes the transmission shift down when I depress the pedal to accelerate. There are 2 cables going to the intake, I've tried randomly loosening / tightening each and both, no result. There is a vacuum tube from the intake right next to where the throttle cable reaches the intake, and it goes to a round black cylinder thingy - can't see how this relates to shifting. Wires - can't see any electrical anything near the throttle or intake. So? If someone can just tell me what controls downshifting, I can solve it. Is this super-secret restricted information? CIA? NSA? Whistleblower fears? Range Rover owners are a strange crowd.
Other news: I put in the front of the axle tie rod last week, just picked up the behind-the-axle tie rod today (called track rod), putting it in tomorrow. With the new (used) tires, I should be in great shape!
Also: this summer I took out the headliner which was sagging and put in a new one. Hardest part - finding fabric the is more than the standard 54 inches. RR's require 56 inches minimum. 10 trips to Jo-Ann fabrics, but finally found it!
Also: Hurricane wheels are beautiful but damnably difficult to clean.
Thanks for listening. :wave: