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How to install choke cable on 400 Kodiak atv ?


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Throttle cable: remove the 3 screws on the right side of the carb, take off the cover, there is small rubber gasket (red) Don't lose it. you'll see the cable attached inside. move the mechanism forward like you're opening the throttle to get enough slack to unhook the cable.

Choke: on the other side of the carb, the choke cable screws in with a plastic nut (10 mm i think) unscrew with your hand, if its tight use pliers or wrench..its easy to unscrew it.

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Need to change choke cable on a 2005 yamaha viagra, 250 cc not sure how to do this


Remove the Phillips head screw under your choke lever and retrieve the wave washer and other small parts there. The cable, with a large trunnion swaged here will come away from the lever.
The Carb end is more difficult... You can opt to remove the fuel tank, pump, cable bellcrank bracket (screwed to the top of the carb) for better access. If your fingers are small enough you might try without so nuch removal but your objective is to unscrew a hexagonal connector that holds the cable/spring and choke plunger in the carb.
Pull back the dustboot over the cable and you'll see it.
You should be able to use an open end wrench to loosen it then use fingetips to unscrew it, take care when removing the whole lot from the carb- the spring and choke plunger sit on the end of the cable held only by a small 3mm swage. remove these parts from the cable and pull the cable out through its guides along the frame. Assembly is the reverse. I hope this helps

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How to change out a choke cable on 2001 barley fxd


To change the choke cable, you must take the carb off the engine. Remove the air filter and backing plate. Take the nut off the backside of the choke cable and let the cable come out of the bracket that holds it. Make sure the petcock is turned off and disconnect the fuel hose at the carb. Loosen the throttle and idle cable at the handlebar throttle assembly. Pull the carb out of the intake manifold seal. Work the throttle and idle cables out of their positions in the carb. Bring the carb with the choke cable out and away from the engine. Take the choke cable out of the carb with a 14mm open end wrench. Take the plunger and spring off the old cable and swap it to the new cable and reinstall the choke cable. Put the throttle and idle cables back onto the carb, put a new intake manifold seal on the intake manifold and push the carburetor back into the new seal. Put the choke cable in it's bracket and secure the nut. Be careful and do not over tighten the nut as the plastic cable housing will break. Reconnect the fuel line, the vacuum line, and anything else that was taken off. Replace the air filter backing plate and the air cleaner. Readjust the throttle and idle cables making sure that the throttle operates freely and returns when let go on it's own. Never put any kind of lubricant on the choke cable. There is a knurled wheel that you can use to tighten the cable so that it stays where you put it.

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Need to replace choke cable on 05 fxd dyna h/d


I thought I wrote this one up. But, you have to take the carb off to get the choke cable out. Once you get the carb off, you can take a 14mm wrench to remove the choke cable, swap the plunger and spring onto the new cable and reinstall it into the carb. Put the carb back on the engine.

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How do i get the carbs off a gsx 750es


remove the seat, gas tank, airbox, and side covers.
loosen the throttle cable free play at the adjuster, located by the handlebars.
Loosen the intake boot clamps on carb side.Leave the intakes on the engine.
Loosen the airbox boot clamps at the carbs. remove those boots with the airbox if you can.

Disconnect the fuel line from the carb.


Now pull up on the back of the carbs and down on the front until the carbs slip out of the intake boots.
Now you can use a 10 mm wrench to disconnect the throttle cables from the carb.
Use a philips screwdriver and loosen the choke cable from its brace, and remove the choke cable from the crarb.

Now slide out the left side of the motor and they are out.

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I have a 2004 honda shadow vt1100 it sat for two years how do I clean the carbs myself fast and simple.


Remove Seat, Gas tank, side covers, and airbox.
Loosen throttle cable adjuster to give free play to cable.
Loosen intake boot clamp and pick up on carbs so you can get then throttle cables off the carb.
Loosen choke cable holder and remove choke cable from carb.
twist the carbs and pull out left side of bike.
turn carbs upside down and remove the bowl screws.
Remove float pin and float and float needle.
remove all the jets, and set them in the carb bowl
turn the air fuel mixture screw in until it stops, counting the turns, remove it and place it in the bowl.
Remove the diaphram, and set aside.
Submerge the bowl with all the jets and screws in it into a carb cleaning solution.
Submerge the carburetor body in the solution.
Let set for minimum 2 hours. Depending on the corrosion it may take 24+ hours.
after soaking, wash all parts with water, and blow everything out with air compressor.
Make sure you can see through every jet and through the little holes in the sides of the jets.
make sure you can blow through every orfice in the carb body.DO NOT stick wires in the jets.
If the jets are still clogged just soak them overnight. Trust me, i've done hundreds.
Reassemble the carb and put it back on the bike.
Your carb will work like brand new.
NOTE: If you are not familiar with any of this but you still want to do it yourself. WRITE everything down and label every hose, vacuum line, throttle cable, choke cable, ONE AT A TIME.
This is very important to be successful. Take notes

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Do i need to remove the carb to replace the choke cable on 2001 fxdwg


yes, you must remove the carb to replace the choke cable. The cable has a plastic piece that screws into the carb body. Since it's so close in that area, it's just easier to remove the carb.

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Can Anybody please explain to me how you extricate the choke cable from the carb end a 250 Yamaha virago?this thing jams with regularity and I'm really jack of sending it to a workshop to be done.


Hi- I've had huge problems with choke cables jamming on my XV250 Virago and finally got fed-up with paying dudes to put on lousy cables at $80 per job- only to have 'em jam again in weeks! The problem is that the plastic inner liner eventually melts at the carb end and jams the cable tight. I've had a cable custom made without the plastic liner at the cablemakers advice. They're going to guarantee it to last too!
Undo the Phillips head screw under your choke lever and retrieve the wave washer and other bits therein. The cable, with a large trunnion swaged here will come away from the lever.
The Carby end is more difficult,
You can opt to remove the fuel tank, pump, cable bellcrank bracket (screwed to the top of the carb) for better access. If your fingers are small enough you might try without so nuch removal but your objective is to unscrew a hexagonal 'nipple' that holds the cable/spring and choke plunger in the carb.
Pull back the dustboot over the cable and you'll see it.
You should be able to use an open end wrench (about 11mm?) to loosen it then use fingetips to unscrew it (if loose enough!) take care when removing the whole lot from the carb- the spring and choke plunger sit on the end of the cable held only by a small 3mm swage. remove these parts from the cable and pull the cable out through its guides along the frame. Assembly is the reverse. I hope this helps some.
Steve

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My bike was sitting for a while before i bought it i wanted to clean up the carbs but cant get them all the way off. i need to know how to remove the throttle and choke lines


Choke cable - The cable nipple attaches to a bracket on the choke shaft, pull on metal end of the cable (where it goes onto the carbs) until the bracket has moved enough to disengage the nipple (hold bracket, release cable & disengage)
Throttle cables - Loosen the cable adjuster at the twist-grip all the way. Next loosen the 4 clamp screws holding the carbs on, disconnect the vacuum hoses, then remove carbs lift them up & disconnect the cable nipples from their holders
Et Voila !

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Bike-Doc
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