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Topic: Replacing Clutch Cable on TD95D
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07-15-2015 15:24:16

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The clutch cable broke on my New Holland TD95D. So far it looks like I have to remove the instrument cluster to access the pin that holds the cable end to the clutch pedal because it's located in the steering/instrument console and the console is not removable.

Has anyone here done this job before? if so, can you provide any tips or advice?

Thanks in advance for any help.

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