Pesky heater box cable clips.

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  1. Jack R

    Jack R Well-Known Member

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    These come off easy. What is trick to get them back on with the new cables? DB72509C-CC40-4080-8C59-5516EF9F11C2.jpeg
    I”ll be done with the heater box once these are secured.
     
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    69hemibeep Sponge Bob Square Wheels

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    Do you have the screw that goes threw it?
     
  3. Jack R

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    No screw in that one......or any of the others on the heater box. The vent box cable clip has a screw in it though? The clips bent Easy to remove but might be a 3 hand job to re install. The design is good, don’t really need a screw if you can get the hold tab positioned under the bracket. I’ll try a screw to see if that will draw it down.
     
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    Even the clip with the screw has the same configuration with the small tab that Attaches under the bracket. But using a screw does secure the heater box cables without the tab going under the bracket. I hate to leave it like that though.
     
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    I think it just snaps in place I really don’t remember
     
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    They snap down when you push them. Most have a retention screw that goes through the hole shown. Sometimes if they don't snap down I use a pliers to "coax" them around the tab.
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