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Hi Omak, I’ve broken several over the last couple of years due to various clutch problems. The first cable broke while I was riding with my wife and we several hours in the middle of no where. It was a difficult ride back require a lot of manual shifts. Anyway, go to Rocky Mountain ATV. There you can input your vehicle, year, make, and model. The site will guide you to the correct parts. The cable is very easy to install, it just takes time to snake the new cable through the body, from the shifter to the transaxle. The diagram does look accurate. Definitely blow out the clutch housing regularly and make sure the fluid in the transaxle is fresh and to the proper level. I had shifting issues and overheating issues due to a low level in the transaxle. Once I changed the fluid and added the proper amount, the two problems went away on my ‘16 Wildcat Sport
 

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You are correct, my mistake. The diagram is wrong. The cable does mount below the fulcrum, but the cable also mounts to the body/frame at both ends. You make cable adjustments by advancing or retracting the cable at the frame mounts to correct the shifting. When you first connect the cable, you may not get into all the gears. Once you mount the cable, start the machine and shift through the gears, you might not get back into P or L, adjusting the cable at the mounts will correct the problem
 
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