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'91 Ford Mustang LX clutch part

I am looking for the small part that keeps the longer clutch cable in place under the car. The one on my car fell off, and I can't seem to find it anywhere. None of the local parts stores seem to know what I'm looking for. Can you help? Thanks.

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  • afullhouse Jun 22, 2008

    That is not a solution.

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    Luke Smith Nov 08, 2016

    I'm sorry to hear about that clutch cable! I'll be honest, I'm not an expert on car repairs. My own car just broke down last week actually and I've just been looking online at to try and find spare parts to fix it with. I think a lot of the websites that sell auto parts have pictures, maybe you could try looking for a visual match online.
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You can probably pick it up cheaper at most aftermarket mustang part suppliers. Just type it in the internet and see what comes up. Dont buy anything from the dealer if you can help it.

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It is a ford part only which mean you can only get it from ford. go to any ford dealer and talk to the parts people. it's about a 25.00 part

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