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1993 Mazda B2200. Speedometer cable already broke and unhooked underneath the car.where does it hookup,somewhere on the transmission,rite?

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Yes on the transmission passenger side

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You definitely don't need a kickdown cable, the kickdown is for the auto transmission, you may just need a new gauge cluster. also the cable you got from autozone could be a universal cable thats why it doesn't look the same, or it could just be a wrong cable, try napa.

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Lock up is a feature within the transmission torque converter which is a fuel saving measure.At cruising speeds,the torque converter "locks up" creating a 1:1 ratio from engine rpm to transmission input.This is somewhat like overdrive in a sense. TCC (torque converter clutch ) depends on the vehicle speed sensor input to determine cruising speeds and conditions where TCC is permissable.Incorrect TCC operation can cause subsequent damage and/or serious driveability problems.

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