1985-04-01

The Hidden Cause of Control Cable Failure 850798

This paper identifies the problem associated with early failure of Push-Pull Cables, which is due to external and internal Contaminants. The design and development of new seals to eliminate these contaminants produced cables that can operate efficiently for at least one million cycles. Two new developments were possible with these design improvements; (1) a new line of more flexible cables, and (2) a control system that can shift manual transmissions remotely.

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