What's missing on this linkage?

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  1. Troub

    Troub 67 Dart 270, 225 slant six

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    As I was pulling the starter today it got tangled up in the throttle linkage and popped some bits off. Does someone have a pic of the clip that goes on the grooved piece to the left of the nut in the pic? Something goes there to hold the arm in place. I think the spring (it broke) attached to the groove at the end. Need a pic of what does in the inner groove next to the arm.
    Help is appreciated. Seems every time I fix something in this engine bay something else breaks!

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  2. xLURKxDOGx

    xLURKxDOGx "An angel fat, at satan's feast"

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    I’m pretty sure it’s a washer and a clip.

    Jake
     
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    • Mattax

      Mattax Just the facts, ma'am FABO Gold Member

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      Yes. hairpin style spring clip and a washer keeps the slider in place.
      Spring goes over the outer groove.
      Should be a good picture in the FSM - look in the Fuel Section for throttle linkage diagrams.
      Another place that I *think* has good illustrations is in the MTSCs that review A/T transmission throttle linkage adjustment/
      Go to www.imperialclub.org -> repair Lit -> Master Technicians Service Conf,
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      • Troub

        Troub 67 Dart 270, 225 slant six

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        Thanks guys! Much appreciated.
         
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