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Took throttle assembly off of my 2005 sportser. spring came off and i can't figure out how it goes back together.

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The only spring that I know of that is at the throttle assembly on the handlebar is a tension spring that goes on the throttle lock tensioning device on the bottom of the throttle housing. It the thumb screw on the bottom of the throttle that you can turn to lock the throttle in a particular location or put a resistance on the throttle. It holds enough tension on the screw to keep it from turning and falling out.

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