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My gear stick is limp or broken. The clutch is fine. There looks as though there was a plastic piece broken where the gear stick is. Is this the cause.

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I had a 90 model excel and one of the shifter cables broke and caused a limp feeling on 2,4,R gears. The cable back then ran 250 to replace one cable and there are two of them in there.

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