shift cable snapped how expensive to replace and find

Asked by Feb 06, 2016 at 12:40 AM about the 2000 Mercury Sable LS Premium Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

found out my shift cable broke do you know the length that is required to go in
a mercury sable 2000 ls premium dohc ?

1 Answer

300,125

No sorry, usually that can't be bought at any local auto parts store, you would need to purchase online or at a dealer parts department/order it. I know there are two available,. one for column shift and one for a floor shift transmission lever. The cable will run you around $60-$100. Labor to install, depends on who does it. figure an hour or two? If you need the car on the road fairly quickly, usually you can see your mechanic and they can procure one pretty easy with the part supply company they use and fix on the same day. Ask them before you drop the car off.

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