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Went to move my 2002 trailblazer and the shift cable popped off the arm at the tranny. is there any where you can buy just the lock for the end of the cable or do you have to buy a complete cable?

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Sorry but its a hole cable. did it pop off or did it break. if poped off losen bolt and put it back on and tighten bolt.

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