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1989 oldsmobile cutlass ciera 3.3L V6, plastic housing

The plastic housing for my throttle connection (that connects out of the transmission line, that connects and runs up into the throttle assembly), a plastic piece about 6-8 inches in length, snapped off, but the cable is still connected. What do I have to do to replace it?

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New kick down cable, that cable is for your passing gear, easy chg. unhook from throttle and take little bolt out that holds plastic peace on trans and you will see how its connected in trans. it will look like a little piece of wire with a bend in it and the end of cable will have a hole that slips over to connect it to cable. You will understand it when you see it.

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