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CLUTCH pedal just came off?! '87 GL


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#51 ystrdyisgone

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Posted 03 September 2013 - 11:34 PM

Digging up this old thread... I bought this car about a year ago and the cable he replaced broke on me yesterday. It's in the same spot as the last one that broke too. So it's got me wondering maybe the first cable, and thus, the one he replaced, were routed wrong? It seems the current routing has the cable rubbing on the firewall?

I'd just like to get some opinions on this before I go ahead and get the new cable in.

Also, if anyone would be so kind, what's the standard length on a 4wd 87 wagon cable. The auto parts stores have me running all around town and still haven't come up with the right one..

#52 AKghandi

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Posted 04 September 2013 - 06:00 AM

It should route under the steering linkage  then to the trans. instead of looking up a cable for an 87, look up a cable for a 91 loyale, in 87 there was still some ea81 cars being made this will confuse the parts guy. so to make it easier just look up for a 91-94 loyale. its the same cable/






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