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#1 Roobaflu

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Posted 19 February 2005 - 05:44 PM

I'm working on a project using an 85 ea82 5 speed.... the engine was removed before I got the donor car, as well as the clutch cable, and various brackets from what I can tell.
does anyone have any pics of the throw out lever and how the clutch cable mounts ?

#2 MilesFox

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Posted 20 February 2005 - 05:01 PM

the clutch cable mounts to the bracket on the top of the tranny, in the same manner the parking brake lever is mounted to the caliper, and the nut fits on the top of the fork. the cable will come out the firewall and behind the steering, starter, back towards the tranny tunnel and loop around the top of the tranny so the the end of it faces forward to the front of the car, it feeds in from the back

on the bottom of the fork is whare the hill holder cable goes to, the hatch doesnt have on being an AT

now if this was a custom made cable you will have to find a way to secure it as it wont have the fitting for the stock subaru retaining clip.




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