Question about Honda VF 750 C Magna Motorcycles
Unscrew the RH switch assembly and split the 2 halves. Remove each cable from its groove an d slide out of position. The cables will no pull out of the switch assembly. Undo the locking nut on the carb. Unhook the cable from its groove and slide out of position. When re installing hook the cable into position at the carb first(dont tighten) the fit it in the switch assembly. Fasten the switch assembly. Pull the cable back in the holder until the arm begins to move. Turn the rear nut until flush with the holder and fasten the other nut to hold the cable in place.
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