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Old 04-17-2014
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I have to replace my throttle cable on my '97 ford ranger. It has a 3.0L engine with a manual transmission. My only concern is weather or not it makes a difference if it is manual or if I can use the same throttle cable as an automatic? Let me know if you have any idea about this. Thank you!
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Fordparts.com reads 1 pn (9A758) for the 2.3, 4.o and 3.0. I guess its the same cable for auto and manual.
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Yeah I didn't think it would make a difference, just wanted to make sure. Thank you!
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