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Clutch cable for Nimbus (1988)

Our Nimbus had been driving well until the clutch cable snapped at the point where it is hooked up to teh clutch pedal. Please advise where I could get a new cable and how easy it is to replace it. Thanks.

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  • moggieme Oct 29, 2008

    I have a 1995 Mitsubishi Spacegear 2.0 7 seater (petrol)... This is the only 2.0 2-wheel drive I have come across and I am having the same problem trying to source a clutch cable for it... All the Delica's I have found are 2.8 diesel autos, so they are no good for sourcing the cable... Has anyone got any idea on where I can source a clutch cable from? As a matter of interest, the cable is 2 metres long!

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As easy to remove ,

Yes you can do this at your home your personal garage,

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