I pulled up on the pedal it came up but I didn’t hear any ratcheting action going up or clicks pressing in. I drove it today and it hadn’t given me any problems again.
I reached out to Max Motor they don’t offer a direct replacement for a ‘94/‘95. They have a ‘96-‘04 direct replacement and one that’s pseudo universal but you have to get the firewall adjuster, etc. I read on forums that the fox and the 94/95 cables are both 60” long, and that the 96-04 are “longer.” UPR lists their cable as a direct replacement for ‘79-95, but if you scroll to the bottom it says it fits up to an ‘04. I also read on forums that one can use a ‘96+ cable in a fox/‘94/95. I wonder though, since the cable is longer would an adjuster be required? I also wonder, how long is that darn UPR cable? It’d have to be longer than an oem fox cable if it’s a direct replacement for an ‘00.
Are the cable ends the same on a fox and a ‘95 I wonder? If both cables are 60” I wonder why most mfg’s and vendors list cables for ‘82-‘93 and not up to ‘95? What’s different about them that they wouldn’t work on a ‘95?
Below is a copy and paste from another forum. but this is the gist. The fox cable and the 94/95 are different lengths if this guy is correct. The fox is a little shorter. He’s using a fox cable in his SN95 but he reports issues. I don’t think there’s a 94/95 direct replacement cable made. I bet the UPR cable is 70.5” long which is the length of the ‘96-‘04. Would y’all try a fox cable? I really don’t want to have to mess with adjustable cables. I’d probably set it too tight or too loose and burn my clutch out.
“The 94-95 cable is 62.25" in total length which would allow me to route the cable the same way on the foxbody (and give me the extra draw length that I need).
Currently I am using an OEM foxbody cable (59.25" in length).
Draw lengths for each cable are as follows:
OEM Foxbody = 11"
94-95 = 12.12"
Maximum Universal (96-up) = 11.25
My issue is that with my current set up, the clutch is engaging when the pedal is a little to high off of the floor and I can't adjust it to grab lower due to the fact that the firewall adjuster is already turned in as far as it can go.” - https://www.corral.net/threads/ford-...cable.1365039/