MacBook 13" Core Duo Cables
Grab a toolkit for your MacBook 13" Core Duo model and fix your broken laptop!
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Parts that work with MacBook 13" Core Duo:
Universal Drive Adapter
Turn your current hard drive into an external drive with this adapter.
Apple AC Adapter (3-prong) Extension Cable
Replace a broken or damaged six foot Apple three-prong AC adapter extension cable with this part.
MacBook Battery Connector/Sleep Sensor (non-Energy Star)
Provides battery contacts and sleep sensor for logic boards without Energy Star printed at the second RAM slot.
MacBook Hard Drive Cable
Connects hard drive, sleep light, and IR sensor to logic board.
MacBook Optical Drive Cable
Orange optical drive ribbon cable
MacBook Display Data Cable
A damaged display data cable can cause video defects
MacBook (Core Duo/Core 2 Duo) Inverter Cable
Connects the logic board to the display inverter.
MacBook Upper Case Cable
Replace the cable that connects the upper case to the logic board compatible with MacBook laptops. Part #922-7991.
The MacBook 13" Core Duo can be easily upgraded to a total of 2 GB of memory using two 1 GB RAM chips, and a 500 GB 7200 RPM SATA hard drive will give you plenty of storage. You can upgrade to the Santa Rosa/Penryn Upper Case, featuring a new keyboard layout (including iTunes controls)! The 8x SuperDrive is the fastest optical drive for this model and will make creating DVDs a whiz. Have you ever been caught sleeping while waiting for your file to transfer over slow wireless network? We can wipe away that unnecessary snooze-fest with the Airport Extreme 802.11n Card upgrade.
There is one main variation within this model. The heat sink thermal sensors may have three-wall or four-wall connectors. This affects the heat sink and logic board. See photos and part descriptions on the three-wall or four-wall heat sinks for information on determining which version you have.
Check out our MacBook troubleshooting page for help in diagnosing your machine!
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