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Recently snapped the gearbox linkage cable and replaced as advised by kia.before i replaced the cable there was a slight noise on the gear box sounding like a bearing whining noise when changing down my gears.since i have changed the cables this noise has gotten worse and was wondering if it had something to do with the ajustment of the cables as kia told me not to move them but obviously in time the old cables will have stretched slightly.all advice would be appreciated

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The remote linkage between the gearstick and gearbox on my 2001 Kia Carnival 2.9 Tdi has parted can anyone assist me as to how to repair it ?

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