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  • #16
    I was waiting for someone to notice i already had a cable clip :rastajake:, i have a new cable with grommet on the way so hopefully that will solve the problem. My Cruise control quit working a long time ago so ill probably just remove it
    thanks for all the input

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    • #17
      Anyone know the Part #'s for the red rubber grommets that hold the accelerator + cruise control cables in the black bracket??

      Mine are shredding due to age / heat, and I need to buy new ones, stat!
      -AJ

      -'88 Henna Red-

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      • #18
        Part #15 on the diagram?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by LeeVuong View Post
          Part #15 on the diagram?

          35 41 1 152 744
          Is it #15? I was looking at that same diagram --- I was thinking it's either #15, or the round piece on the end of the cable (thus requiring an entire new cable).

          I hope it's #15

          Oh, and does the Cruise Control cable use the same grommet?
          Last edited by Low Level; 04-23-2008, 03:44 PM.
          -AJ

          -'88 Henna Red-

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Eric View Post
            and get the cable clips!
            that's what I was going to say. Very cheap and help out a lot.
            1990 e30 m3

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Low Level View Post
              Anyone know the Part #'s for the red rubber grommets that hold the accelerator + cruise control cables in the black bracket??

              Mine are shredding due to age / heat, and I need to buy new ones, stat!
              Get black ones, they last longer (they are harder).

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              • #22
                Happened to me too. How I fixed it was lubed it with mineral oil and made sure it didn't catch on a snag.
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