No. Replace the entire cable. I suggest NOT using one of those $2.99 replacement cable ends where you strip back the insulation on the cable end, stick it in the new cable end and tighten the 2 screws to clamp the cable in. There are much more expensive cable end replacements that work well (car audio installation places often use them), but they may cost more than a new cable.
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Toy #2 - 88 Tbird Turbo Coupe - LOTS of mods
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