Question about 1995 Geo Tracker
There should be a bracket that has either lost a bolt or has broken. You have 3 choices essentially. Try repairing the bracket, if it's broken, using something like J-B weld available at most parts stores. This will not work too good on Aluminum in most cases. Use a zip tie or wire to secure the cable, which is most likely the best choice, or replace the cable. If your talking about the cable that controls hot or cold settings that is a different story. That has connectors on each end of the cable and if those break off then you have replace the whole cable. Most likely cost about $20.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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