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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The throttle cable is stuck...its easy to release it, remove it from the bike , thn pour in WD-40 or W-80 or any other penetrating oil between the outer cable and the inner cable by holding it up right,make sure you dont over fill it to drip on to the outside of the cable,if you have a bench vice fasten it (the outercable of the stronger part not tht hard just for youto be able to operate the inner by trying to push it in -out while its up right, by time the WD40.80 should be seen dripping down between the outer and the inner cable you will probabely see rust pouring out below contniue doing so until theres frsh oil dripping and by then your bike's throttle cable should be opareting freely.
Hope this works!
Knight.(Yamaha Seca XJ750A 1981)
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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