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Carburetor help

I have an 2004 660 and I need help removing the carburetor to rebuild it. I can not figure out how to remove the throttle cable from the side of the carb. It must be simple.
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on my 600, there is a triangular shaped plate with 3 screws
holding it on. behind that cover is where the throttle cable
is hooked to the (i'll call it) actuator. If you take a small
screwdriver and get between the cable and actuator to get
a little slack in the cable. On the end of the cable, there is
a barrell that the cable slides into. Hang onto the barrel
with your life, it's not that big. When you get it off the end
of the cable, not attached, just slid onto end of cable, the
cable should just slide right out of the housing. Hope this
helps!
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I believe you can take a little cover off the side, and then you can unhook the cable from inside(hooks on, kinda like a brake cable hook onto the leaver). Then just undo the long nut holding the cable sheath on.

The only time i had my cable off was over a year ago, so my memory is foggy on it.


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wesman beat me too it! Yeah, what he said sounds exactly like i remember!

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Yeah, it's foggy in here too......
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