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Old 08-05-2020, 06:54 PM   #1
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My neighbours 1999 2.0ltr Bora wont select reverse gear but will select all forward gears, hes had it into a garage but they are telling him they cant locate the part required - ive attached a picture and circled the part which has snapped, it appears to be a plastic bracket which looking under the engine, appears to be the end of a gear linkage cable ( but i may be wrong ). Can anyone identify the circled part and offer a part number so hopefully we can locate one, thanks in advance
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The obvious solution is to visit a breakers ?
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It looks completely different to mine. Has a big part come off? Can you identify it better from this?
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