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Just about any manual I've seen has the details, can't remember them off the top of my head. Seems like it's as easy as disconnecting an e-clip (or something like that), then pushing the accelerator to the floor. If you don't have a print manual, try the vehicle repair guides at www.autozone.com
From Chilton's (as mentioned above, the same information is available at www.autozone.com if you don't want to wait next time).
...reset by depressing the semi-circular metal tab on the self-adjuster mechanism and pulling the cable forward to the "Zero" position setting. The cable will then automatically readjust to the proper length when kicked down.