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1972 honda cb 100, trying to get throttle cable diconnected from the carburator, i loosened and took the top off but the cable goes through and is connected down about an inch in there and i cant figure out how to diconnect it so i can clean the carb

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When you unscrew the top of carby with cable attached, the whole slide and needle will come out, take this out and sit on a chair next to your bike and simply compress spring by pushing cylinder slide closer to cap. The cable end can then be moved out of the slot that holds the end fast. Some carby's may have a small sliding clip to hold cable end. Cheers.

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