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Routing cables I am now in the process of doing a ground-up re-assembly of a '79 P200E and despite having taken pictures and labelled parts properly, I find myself at a loss regarding the routing of new rear cables, specifically which frame holes the two gear cables, clutch cable, throttle cable and rear brake cable go through. There is a circular hole inside the rear fender front at the bottom - right hand side. I have the wiring to the rear brake/taillight coming out of that. I have also routed the two gear cables, clutch cable and rear brake cable through that hole. Is that correct? Then behind the right hand side cover there are two small holes below the large air intake hole. I have routed the throttle cable through the higher of these two holes (circular). Is that correct? I have nothing routed through the lower hole (oblong) so I must have done something wrong. I have looked through my Haynes workshop manual but there are no pictures showing exactly how the cables enter the frame from the back. Any help you can provide would be appreciated. Thanks Nick Pratt

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Hello there, sorry but there is no easy way to take out the screw. The only way you can get the screw out is by opening up the entire engine as the screw is very unlikely to have fallen straight to the base of the engine. You would have to drain out the oil then dismantle the entire engine to locate the screw. Although you might be lucky that the screw falls out in the process of draining the oil but this is quite unlikely. After draining the oil if it does not come out you would need to open up the entire engine. And make sure you do not for any reason start the unit until the throttle stop screw has been removed as that could be fatal to the engine. Sorry for any inconveniences.
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