Hi, I just replaced the throttle cable on my 328. I searched this forum and could not find one specific to the 328. I suspect that a 308 QV would be similar. The procedure follows; 328 Throttle Cable Replacement Removal 1. Remove the oil filter and cover opening. 2. Remove the valve cover crossover pipe. 3. Remove the coupling from throttle by removing cotter pin and backing the screw out. Remove coupling and nut from the cable, 4. Loosen cable-collar end lock nut and remove threaded collar from fuel injection dog house. Note this is extremely tight but I was able to use an open-end 13 mm box to accomplish this. 5. In the car, remove front section covering tunnel (in front of console). 6. Lift carpeting and remove plastic shroud surrounding gas pedal. 7. Loosen throttle cable nut and remove threaded cable end from gas pedal linkage. Remove the cable lock nut. 8. From the engine end, remove cable and rubber housing it goes into from the eyelet on the front valve cover. This will facilitate removal of old and installation of new cable. 9. You should be able to pull the old cable out now. Installation 1. Push new cable through the rubber housing. It will wind up on the floor because the rubber housing goes into a metal tube that ends at the bottom of the firewall. 2. NOTE: The new cable I received from T. Rutlands had a hex collar on the gas pedal end that my old cable did not have. I had to grind the hex corners off and reduce the size in order for it to fit past the end of the interior metal tube by the gas pedal. 3. Jack the drivers side rear up and push the cable lying on the floor through the metal tube about 12 inches in front of the metal tube at the bottom of the firewall. There is about 12 to 14 inches of the throttle cable that is unprotected on the bottom of the car. 4. Now at the gas pedal you should be able to grab the threaded end of the cable, pull it out some, and screw it back onto the throttle linkage (dont forget the cable lock nut!). 5. Back at the engine feed the throttle cable and rubber housing through the guide eyelet on the front valve cover. 6. Contort yourself once again and screw the threaded end back into the fuel injected doghouse and tighten the lock nut. 7. Replace the nut and coupling on the engine end and tighten the end screw. 8. You should at this time verify that you achieve full throttle when the gas pedal hits its stop. Adjust as necessary. 9. Re-install the oil filter and valve cover pipe in the engine compartment. 10. Re-install the plastic gas pedal shroud and tunnel cover.