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Replace throttle cable on my 1980 GL1100

I have to remove the dummy fuel tank cover to get access to the throttle cable connection and my manual doesn't explain how to remove the cover, guess it's too basic but me and three other guys can't figure it out.
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I went to a local dealer and the service man explained what must be done just to replace the throttle cable. Remove saddle bags and trunk, remove seat screws in back of seat, remove gas tank cover four screws 2 each side now access can be gained to connect throttle cable end to carburetor's.

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