Question about 1996 Honda CBR 1000 F
Make sure you lubricate the cable first, you may have to remove some of the bodywork from around the speedomiter to make it easyer to get at the screw thread on the clock, undo it from the clock you may need a small pair of pliers to turn the screw in an anticlockwise rotation, remove from speedo drive, and make sure all is clean and ready for the new cable, replace it wheel side first, following same route as orriginal, replace as previouse on the speedomiter, you may have to rotate wheel in order to locate the cable into the clock,tighten , check the cable does not foul any part when moving the handlebars from left to right.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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