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Hi Anonymous, release jam nut and turn 1 throttle cable adjuster in. Remove top half of throttle grip housing and remove cables from sleeve. With a twisting rocking motion on throttle cable pull it out of lower housing. If it won't come out you are going to have to remove tiny round bar c-clip with a scribe. Good luck

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