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2012-07-12 21:38:27
Topdog781, do you have one of the tranny brackets I make?
2012-07-12 21:42:24
OEM cables are what you want. The store brands wont last
2012-07-13 07:45:21
Originally Posted by Andreas
Topdog781, do you have one of the tranny brackets I make?

The Miko tranny brackets are pretty good to extending the life of a cable. But sometimes the cables just snap due to wear and tear or because they are not lubed with white lithium grease.The non Nissan brand cables will fail really quick without a tranny bracket.
2016-03-21 02:42:20
just got a new cable installed and now my clutch won't engage- the cable appears to be to short. I currently have the threads adjusted to where they are barely hanging on and still no dice. I should have known something was up when I had to pry to lever back in order to seat the clip around the clutch lever.

I purchased the new cable from O'reilly's - Pioneer CA-810 is the brand and part number.

After doing so searching on Rockauto.com it appears this cable is typically used for the 1.6 not the 2.0 - this could be my problem being that my car is b14 se-r? However, I read in this thread that both cables should be interchangeable?

According to rockauto.com the cables come in a couple different lengths - 28.5" and 29" guess that 1/2" makes all the difference?

Going back to O'reilly tomorrow to see if they can cross reference a different part number- Rockauto.com recommends Pioneer CA-466 or CA-468 for the 2.0 models.

Will update with my findings later this week once I get the other cables in hand to compare.
2016-03-21 03:13:12
Don't be cheap an get a oem cable.. might as well as it will last much longer an feel better than a cheap ass O'Reilly one
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