In most GM transmissions with a cable, and most Ford AOD transmissions, the throttle valve cable can pull out of adjustment at wide-open throttle. This often occurs in HP application where non-OEM induction components and transmission are used. This out-of-adjustment problem is typically caused by inaccurate geometry of the throttle shaft lever. There should be a specific degree of movement of the attachment element pivot point between closed and wide open throttle.
Also, there should be a specific distance between the pivot points of the attachment element and the throttle shaft lever. When either of these two distances are greater than the specification, the TV cable will be pulled out of adjustment.
The TV Cable Corrector AS1-01K kit prevents the TV cable from being pulled out of adjustment at full throttle by allowing the spring to compress and absorb any excessive cable pull. This is a quick and inexpensive fix for any transmission with a TV cable.