The throttle-cable guide is bolted onto the base of the throttle body using one of the mounting bolts. The new throttle cable is mounted to the bracket and connected to the throttle. The other end of the throttle cable is routed away from hot or moving parts and connected to the end of the pedal rod as it comes out of the firewall. All of the original throttle-linkage transfer rods are removed, since the cable makes them obsolete. The throttle pedal-rod end may need to be modified on some applications by removing the linkage pivot ball.