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Slow returning throttle on 2006 honda cr 250 four stroke

My nephew had to remove throttle cables from his bike now when he put it back togther u open throttle and it returns very slow i took grip off made sure it was clean and free i pulled on one cable it works fine opens and closes fine and part on carb that cables goes to works right when cables r off so im thinking its the return cable {bike has 2 cables for throttle} so if u can tell me how to adjust this or what im doing wrong id be greatful it all worked fine before it was taking apart thanks brad please email me with any help thanks again

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  • belair327 Feb 28, 2009

    hey there as far as carb goes everything there works fine if i take of both cables it turns fine and snaps right back if i hook cables back up to carb and take grip off i pull one cable by hand it worls fine but hook everything up it returnss slow like return cable is out of adjustment or something



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Try sprayin some wd40 around the bore in carb some times it gets a bit of dust in and that tends to make the slide stick and be sure t sprar out the port were the float needle goes and if that dont work take it out again and check the float pin it could have been bent at some stage ok mate

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