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Old 08-18-2011, 07:43 PM   #1
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the hood release cable on my 1975 grand safari has broken at the point where it seems the rear and front sections of the cable attach together. there is a long white plastic piece attached to the top pf the fender well. it has cracked. I can only find a replacement for the rear piece that goes through the firewall. this is ok, as is the part attached to the radiator support.
how do I repair this? is this piece.connector something i can get.
thanks for any help
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I merged your threads as to keep clutter down and for better visibility could you post a picture of it by chance
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