Since this car will be driven in cold weather, we hooked the bypass hose from the intake to the idle speed motor housing located under the throttle body. Then the heater hose was attached to the outlet on the passenger side of the idle speed motor housing. This will help to prevent the throttle body from icing up in severe cold weather driving. With the coolant system completed, the Lokar throttle and detent cables were installed. It's important to make sure that you check for clearance of the throttle arm and binding of any cables. When all connections are made, you should check that the throttle arm will return freely to idle position. This practice should also be used when any interior work is performed.