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This morning one of my throttle cables snapped. Luckily, it happened in my garage rather than on the road. Anyway, I am trying to find a procedure to replace them (I figure I will replace them both while I am at it) and am not having a lot of luck. If I can avoid pulling the carbs, that would be ideal.

Does anyone have a procedure for this?

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The Fonz
 

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you shouldn't need to pull the carbs at all -- the cables run to a mixing box across on the left side of the bike (easy way to find the box is to follow the cruise-control actuator cable). All under the left inner fairing.

I'm sure someone will be along shortly with a good link to a procedure.
 

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Now, be sure and lube all your cables, throttle, reverse and speedo every year to help prevent this from happening again. Next time might be on the road.
 
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