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  • Throttle Cable - 351 - Grade B - Used ~ 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1969 Ford Mustang - 18555
  • Throttle Cable - 351 - Grade B - Used ~ 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1969 Ford Mustang - 18555
  • Throttle Cable - 351 - Grade B - Used ~ 1969 Mercury Cougar / 1969 Ford Mustang - 18555

Item #: 18555

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Price: $35.85
    Cost: 2868
    Earns: 36
    Bonus: 26

    Availability:

    Used / Wrecking Yard Item - 2-5 Business Days (May delay order)
    Ford part #: C9ZZ-9A758-A. This will technically work on Cougars with a 390 or 428 but the length is not correct. This is a damaged part that will function fine. The plastic portion that is designed to cover the cable at its furthest point by the carburetor will be broken. This is how the vast majority are for 1969, very rare to find a perfect one. Notice there are two versions for 1969, one has a plastic connector that mounts to the firewall and the other version is metal.
    Specifications:
    Weight: 1.00 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (5.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 1 Review(s).
    Minneapolis, MN

    Just what my Cougar needed

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    5.00 out of 5
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    My Cougar's original throttle cable got melted with a carb fire :(. (Fortunately pretty minor damage otherwise.) We ordered a throttle cable from another online parts place and got a crappy repro cable that caused super sticky acceleration. I went to the WCCC web site to see that the Cougar repro cables are crap... so we bought this used one. It did the trick, and my Cougar is back to smooth acceleration!

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