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How do you replace the shifter cable on a Titan

How do I get the shifter cable through the opening in the fire wall to change it?

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Cables through firewalls are normally surrounded by a stiff rubber grommet that is either just pressed in place or retained by a metal surround push out/in and pull cable through. make sure you replace it to around the same position before refitting the cable

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