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Accelerator cable
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Hi Berlingo people. Would anyone be able to link me up to a accelarator cable for a 2005 1.9 Peugeot Partner please just to make sure I pick the correct one?

The story is the cable snapped a fortnight ago and was AAyed on toe back to the house. The cable only previously broke three months ago, the garage replaced it then but it only lasted for 3 months, I'm going to have a go at fitting it meself this time. 

Any link to one please? It the cable with a bit of plastic nipple that seems to drop off. Many thanks
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I think the part number is 1629E9 ??

One on Ebay with this number ( others without ) take a look and see if it matches

eBay : 383675843347
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Does the plastic part break or is it just the cable end comes out of the plastic holder ??

If it just comes out glue or cable tie it into the plastic bit.

When fitting ignore the official cable route and choose the the route that gives the least number of bends and the gentlest of curves - avoid tight bends as this makes the throttle heavier and less precise, helps keep the loading on the plastic part as low as possible.
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(15-01-2022, 12:50 PM)geoff Wrote:  I think the part number is 1629E9 ??

One on Ebay with this number ( others without ) take a look and see if it matches

eBay :  383675843347
Thanks so much for this Geoff it s bit of a minefield cheers so much
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(15-01-2022, 12:54 PM)geoff Wrote:  Does the plastic part break or is it just the cable end comes out of the plastic holder ??

If it just comes out glue or cable tie it into the plastic bit.

When fitting ignore the official cable route and choose the the route that gives the least number of bends and the gentlest of curves - avoid tight bends as this makes the throttle heavier and less precise, helps keep the loading on the plastic part as low as possible.
Yes I'll check it out, thanks Geoff, just following the misses around shops right now, thanks so much will see it around four thanks
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(15-01-2022, 12:54 PM)geoff Wrote:  Does the plastic part break or is it just the cable end comes out of the plastic holder ??

If it just comes out glue or cable tie it into the plastic bit.

When fitting ignore the official cable route and choose the the route that gives the least number of bends and the gentlest of curves - avoid tight bends as this makes the throttle heavier and less precise, helps keep the loading on the plastic part as low as possible.

Thanks so much Geoff for the help and advice. The plastic is broken so ordered the kit as you advised (totally appreciated) and it should be here in three days. Hopefully can get some time off next saturday and fit the kit. Totally amazing help and advice thanks so much Geoff and so looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of what we call the Puppy Partner. We've had about 40 cars and vans over the years, many different types make etc, but these Partners / Berlingos are just great to drive and run, up there with the marvellous 2CV in many ways
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