Hey all, been daily-ing my 1989 Escort for a few months now and there's an issue that seems easy to fix but I've no idea how besides replacing the cable. On my 1.9 EFI, the throttle cable and cruise (by my observation) connect to the throttle body via a ball joint-esque connector. My cables feel awful loosey-goosey on the mount itself, and it will move slightly when the gas pedal is depressed before the it opens the throttle. This makes the throttle response inconsistent and slightly unpredictable (rev-matching is hard to get consistent) when accelerating, and the car usually jitters/lunges/jumps/lugs when I let off the gas as if the throttle was indeed attached to a slack rope and not a taught cable. The cable, though, feels and appears intact. I'll probably eventually replace it anyway since it's a cheaper part on rockauto and the original is 30+ years old so the cable being scuffed isn't really out of the question, but is that an issue with the cable itself or the mount on the throttle? And if it's the latter, what should I do to fix that?