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Can't remember how the throttle housing went back together. Is there an exploded diagram for the 81 GL Interstate throttle?

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You should be able to go to www.bikebandit.com and look up your bike. It will give you an exploded diagram of the throttle like you need.

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This is a relatively common procedure on many bikes.

1. Remove the screws that clamp the throttle control/switch housing together to gain access to the cable ends. Disconnect the cables from the throttle grip assembly
2. Make a cone of stiff paper and tape it to the end of the cable sheath
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