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Types of cables we repair:

Handbrake cable

The handbrake cable is located between the handbrake level and the rear wheels.

 

+ Common faults: If the handbrake does not release when lowering the lever, then the cable might be frayed or rusted. When pulling the handbrake and it does not brake the vehicle, then the cable might be broken or seized. These common faults results to a broken or damaged cable, which will need to be replaced or redone. Other parts that surrounds the cable might be broken — please keep all parts together before submitting it for repair with Cable Clinic.

Idle cable

The idling cable is located between the idling knob and the accelerator pedal.

 

+ Common faults: If you set the car to idle higher and you turn it back to lower idle, and the idling doesn’t go down, the cable might be seized. This common fault results to a broken or damaged cable, which will need to be replaced or redone. Other parts that surrounds the cable might be broken — please keep all parts together before submitting it for repair with Cable Clinic.

Motorbike clutch cable

A motorbike clutch cable is located between the clutch lever and the gearbox.

 

+ Common faults: When you release the clutch and the motorbike does not move forward (while in gear), this is known as a sticky lever. When engaging the clutch, it falls away and you can’t get your motorbike in gear, this is known as a heavy lever. These common faults results to a broken inner cable, which will need to be replaced or redone. Other parts that surrounds the cable might be broken — please keep all parts together before submitting it for repair with Cable Clinic.

Speedometer cable

A speedometer (speedo) cable is located between the speedometer and your gearbox.

 

+ Common faults: If the speedo needle does not move with acceleration, then the cable might be broken which will need to be replaced or redone. Other parts that surrounds the cable might be broken — please keep all parts together before submitting it for repair with Cable Clinic.

Window winder

A windows winder is the mechanism that open/closes a vehicles’ window.

 

+ Common faults: If the vehicles’ windows does not go up or down, then the cable might be seized or broken. Usually window winder cables brake because of parts (such as sliders or wheels) causes the cable to brake. The entire window winder complete with all of its parts need to be removed from the vehicle, before submitting it Cable Clinic for repair.