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Hi everyone!

I've been looking for the answer to this forever and created an account just to ask

I'm trying to use Sea Foam Top Engine Spray, but I don't have a buddy who can hold down the gas pedal while I do it. In most cars, when you press the accelerator, it pulls a cable that attaches to the engine. You can usually pull on that cable from under the hood to engage the throttle that way. Where the heck is it on the Caliber? I have a 2012 SXT.

I'm posting this everywhere til someone answers. Caliber Forums, Caliber Forumz, Dodge Forums, everything

Thanks in advance!
CM
 

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I know this is an old post however I had a nightmare with that SeaFoam because it cleans the engine out through the throttle body just fine but all the dirt goes into the oil... it took 2 complete oil changes to get rid of that crap.. car was 14 years old when I ran that foam through it. Just a heads up for anyone else that reads about SeaFoam in this Original post.. Oil changes for me in Canada are about 90+ dollars Synthetic Valvoline 5W30
 

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Hi everyone!

I've been looking for the answer to this forever and created an account just to ask

I'm trying to use Sea Foam Top Engine Spray, but I don't have a buddy who can hold down the gas pedal while I do it. In most cars, when you press the accelerator, it pulls a cable that attaches to the engine. You can usually pull on that cable from under the hood to engage the throttle that way. Where the heck is it on the Caliber? I have a 2012 SXT.

I'm posting this everywhere til someone answers. Caliber Forums, Caliber Forumz, Dodge Forums, everything

Thanks in advance!
CM
It's electronic. No cable. You'll need to fins someone.
 
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