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Old January 22nd, 2016, 02:23 PM
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I'm attempting to put my lower dash together after rebuilding it and realize I don't have the tiny cable holder that would go where the cable enters the top of the lower dash as pictured. Click image for larger version

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ID:	140040 I can't find a decent diagram that shows this small part clearly. I'm guessing it is the Cable Clip - Hearer Control (Rovers North part number RNC703) but want to make sure before I spend $5 on an eraser-sized piece of tin.

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No it is the piece that keeps the sheath of the cable from entering the lower dash. The end of the cable will be fastened to the blender flap door (I have that piece). Thanks for looking though
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No it is the piece that keeps the sheath of the cable from entering the lower dash. The end of the cable will be fastened to the blender flap door (I have that piece). Thanks for looking though
The piece you pictured is correct. I thought it was a weird piece when I did mine, but it works as you describe to hold the cable sheath. I was missing the other chingadera.... Pull the flapper yet hold the cable.....

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The piece you pictured is correct. I thought it was a weird piece when I did mine, but it works as you describe to hold the cable sheath. I was missing the other chingadera.... Pull the flapper yet hold the cable.....
Ordered that lil bastard. Thanks Ruthiford
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