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Throttle cable On a number 40 Husqvarna Chain Saw I need to replace the throttle cable. How do I access the throttle cable on the engine end?

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This advice is not model specific, but normally you would remove the air filter and access it that way.
Usually the actual fitting of the cable to the carburettor is pretty fiddly; sometimes it is easier to remove the carb, to do it.

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