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Old 01-30-2002, 07:13 PM
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Anyone know where I can get heater control cables? My heater control cable broke. I couldn't find any at the Advance Auto in the "help" section or in the motormite books.

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Have you checked with your local Ford dealer? They may have them. Or one of your local wrecking yards.
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heater control cables

Does your truck have the cables with the wire wrapped around the outside? If so, and you have a little extra length to the cable, you can unwind some of the outside wire and re-make the end with some needle nose pliers(I am assuming it broke near the end where it hooks up to the control lever). I have never worked on that year truck, but have worked on some other vehicles where I have saved the cable this way.
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good idea thanks. Thought never occurred to me. I will hose the cable with PB blaster and make sure it isn't sticky anymore and trim to fit. super!


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I used a generic choke cable and cut it to fit.

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