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How do you replace a clutch cable for a 1990 Nissan sentra?

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2008-01-05 04:31:28
2008-01-05 04:31:28

# Remove the cover from under the facia panel # Release the nuts at the end of the cable at the release lever and disconnect the cable from the lever # Working from the inside of the car remove the clevis pin and disconnect the cable from the clutch pedal arm # Unscrew the two nuts which retain the cable grommet to the bulkhead and withdraw the cable from the car

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