The front cable snapped and I can't figure out how to change it. Rubber boot comes off base but not handle of brake lever and is in my way. I don't know if I need to rake the whole lever out or take it apart or some other way to feed the cable in. It's hard to see the mechanism. Can you help?
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Check for plugged fuel filter or line. check fuel for water in the gas.check gas pedal linkage for binding.check transmission is shifting check air box and filter make sure you didnt suck in a plastic bag. check exhust that tail pipe is not blocked.with anything plastic bag ,potato,ect.check for pcv valve or vacuum line off. Check your emergancy brake is not on. check for overheating front or rear brakes they could be stuck on . If this was helpful please leave good feed back
make sure the wheel hub surfaces are clean and free of rust both in front of and behind the rotors. also check that your rear brake adjusters are working correctly. also check wheel berring, balljoint and tierod ends for play. theres should be no play and berring should spin free of noise.
check the white connector on top of the transmission. it may be corroded. also check that the transmission range sensor TRS is working properly by using a obd2 reader to read the TRS position as you switch through selections.