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LOOKING FOR A 1987 TOYOTA MR2 OVER DRIVE SHIFT DETORT CABLE

Looking for a 1987 Toyota (MR2) Over Drive Shift Detort Cable

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I think you mean Detent cable :) Try calling Shady Nook Toyota in OKC, OK... 405.769.2911. They have tons of MR2 stuff there and they may be able to help you. Remember that you can have those shipped cheap f they have one. Good Luck!

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