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Linkage need to repair shift cable on 1995 silverado

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  • ccn7 May 11, 2010

    what cable do you mean? detent cable or more commenly called kick down cable? for passing geer or is there a cable for the transmission shifter from the steering colum.

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There really no way of repairing the cable unless you replace the cable

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