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Old 06-29-2009, 11:36 PM
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Ford Focus shift linkage?

Have to replace the linkage for my 2000 5-speed manual Focus LX, because, let's face it, second gear is good for some things, but being able to go over thirty miles per without blowing your engine up makes driving a lot more pleasurable. No one at FocalJet responded to my query, so I was hoping the much more useful people here at FTI might have some pointers for replacing the cable on the iB5(which should keep FoMoCo in the black for a little while, considering I had to buy a $130+ assembly to get a cable worth maybe 20 bucks). So, anyone been here, done this?
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