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Good news, everyone! My project is ran for the first time today. It's got no interior (for now), but it's almost to the point where I can take it through emissions.

Anyway, I seem to have misplaced BOTH of my clutch cable retainers and the junkyard doesn't have a single standard transmission 2.2 or 2.5. And to boot, the parts store tells me they "don't have anything like that." I was looking through the factory service manual looking for an OEM part number, but I can't seem to find one. Does anyone have a part number I can cross reference?

1988 Daytona Shelby Z (2.2 Turbo II w/5sp manual transmission)
 

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I only have the parts books for 92 and 93. The A523 clutch cable retainer is PN 5206245. It might fit. Arizona Parts has them for $10, says it fits 1979-94.
 

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Now that you suggest it, I believe my 94 Shadow and 90 Daytona had a similar system.

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I only have the parts books for 92 and 93. The A523 clutch cable retainer is PN 5206245. It might fit. Arizona Parts has them for $10, says it fits 1979-94.
 

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Probably will also need the rubber part, but well worth it to get that from polybushings.com. Or are you talking about that rubber "grommet" on the transmission case?
 

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The retainer clip has a rubber grommet on it to prevent the cable from fraying. It may or may not come with a new clip.
 

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Assuming this is the grommet you need, better to get it from ploybushing.com . The stock rubber one is spongier, and if it's original it may be a 20 year old rubber part. Even though it's new, it could still be 20 y.o. rubber. And since the grommet and the lock are listed as 2 separate part number I wouldn't expect them to come together. I've bought new locks, and they didn't come with the grommet.

http://www.autousparts.fr/autoparts/product_info.php?products_id=1532&osCsid=mmjskwrdtzca
 

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After forming a piece as a quick fix, getting the car through emissions, and insuring it, I found the original clip and grommet. Funny how that works, eh?
 
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