Once you have it off spray it down good with your favorite penetrating oil,bend and twist the cable to help it soak through, remove the boot at the top,and bottom and try to funnel some in, I have made up a funnel with a piece of a plastic jug and tape to make a little catch that will allow it to soak on down over nite. Another thing is to make sure you get the little tang or notch on the rear anchor point to match up with the groove in the cable, I had one in here the other day that wasn't even close to being in the right place,,and the guy had a Deere dealer instal it, darn it. Keep the cable away form the hydraulic lines too, I some times split a piece of plastic hose and slip it over the cable to isolate it a bit. I should have took a few pictures of that last one for show and tell, I will on the next one...
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