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Hi, I have a 1998 tahoe with a 60/40 rear seat. Both release cables are broken on each side. Where can I purchase orginal equipment or after market cables. The only cable thats available through GM is the 40 seat (GM-123382378) . Correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks John

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You are right the part available with dealer is 40 seat cable.But the same part is available with other online sites too. But there are some online sites who deals will all types of part.Its not listed in their listing but your can contact then and get the details of the part required and they can provide you the part if possible--- Click on this link directly:--- http://www.carpartswholesale.com/v5/parts.php?year=4294967193&make=4294966993&model=4294965844&submodel=4294966921&engine=4294966426 --------- www.autozone.com ------------ Check out.Keep updated.thanks.

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