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Diagram throttle cable mcc1435a

Routing trigger to carb

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It is quite difficult to explain exactly how it fits, the cable always looks too long and has to curl around on itself back to the trigger, the picture shows quite well how it goes, the end of the cable with a dog leg in it goes to the carb, as far as i remember it goes to the upper hole in the carb spindle, just push it into the hole and turn through 90%, the other end fits into the throttle trigger.adw1_9.jpg

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heres the parts ipl should help
http://www.poulanpro.com/ddoc/POUI/POUI2008_AAaa/POUI2008_AAaa_PP4620AVX_952802146.pdf

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