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I need to replace the pull cord and put the pull cord spring back in its casing on a Yamaha 250 ATV. Milly

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Okay,after you have dissembled replace pull cord set aside now place the spring into the casing by catching the end into the retaining slot and wind it down into the casing hang onto to it now feed the cord end thru the hole afix handle onto cord then place into casing make sure that the spring and cord pulley dog together now holding pulley down in casing pull alittle cord out between case housing and pulley and preload spring by turning pulley around with cord 4 to 6 times secure pulley you should be all set good luck

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