Looks to me, from the Corvette Central catalog, that the 192135 clip and
191050 clip hold/locate the cable casing at the firewall, and the
192049 stop pin secures the cable itself to the shaft, but it may be a
b**ch getting them in place without removing the dash bracket assembly
and disengaging the cable at the under-car swivel arm in order to pull the
cable in from the firewall to get working room to replace the stop pin.
I spoke to a products rep at CC this am and he informed me that after
describing the problem to him, he had a new handle assmbly brought over from
the warehouse. He came to the conclusion that the problem is in the end of
the cable and it needs to be replaced. It stands to reason it could break
after 30+ years of being pulled on. At least it is a problem that can be
resolved for less than $200- lib
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