I fixed this with on my car probably back in July? It's now December and everything is working great.
This was specifically done on my 88 Toyota MR2.
Step 1: Supplies
Mounting cable ties (less than 4 bucks at Lowes).
A side cutter (or strong shears) to cut the excess plastic from the cable ties.
Step 2: Before.
And a picture of how it SHOULD look.
Step 3: This is what you'll end up doing.
You're going to want to put one cable on each side of the bracket, as shown here.
Now install the cable into your car.
Step 4: This is what you're going to be doing once the cable is in your car.
Be sure to not do this until after you've installed the cable into your car or this center cable tie will be in the way of your mounting hardware.
Step 5: Done.
If you can do it more than once, I would recommend it. Here I did it twice, and I couldn't fit any more tightly in there since it was really cramped spot ('88 Toyota MR2)