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How does the throttle slider sit in the throttle housing on a crf 230

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    the slider is located on the handle bar where the throttle cables are located it is a small white piece of plastic. Does anyone know how it sits and one of the cables wraps around it...thanks

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The slide will have a groove cut into the entire length of the outside surface. Inside the carb the inner wall will have a small pin sticking out into the carb bore. The slide goes in such that the groove lines up with the pin.

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