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Originally Posted by TheRedSlantnose View Post
Would it take much work to replace the clutch cable? It'd probably be easier if I did it myself, but if it takes a lot of work, I might have a shop do it for me instead.
I had the engine out so there was plenty of room for access, but I don't think it would be too bad with it in. The trickiest part was at the pedal end. I think I disconnected the accelerator linkage at the pedal to gain more access to the clutch pin because the accelerator is easy to detach/attach.

I had no issues pulling the old cable out or putting the new one back through the tunnel. I smeared the outside with a very light coating of lithium grease.

In the back at the firewall, just make sure the cable is pushed in firmly before adjusting the clutch. I cycled it a few times and then double-checked. It hadn't moved.
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