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Steering cable is broken and needs to be replace. having a problem removing the cable. a detailed schematic would be helpful.

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There is no such thing the cable unbolts from the steering head and the motor then ust pull the entire thing out . best to pull a rope thru with it tho to help get the new one in

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Removal

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Steering Column 2
Screw 3
Multi-Function Switch 4
Wiring to Multi-Function Switch A
Tighten to 2-3 Nm
(18-27 Lb-In)


Installation

  1. Install the two switch electrical connectors to full engagement. The wiring for the switch is to be routed under the PRNDL cable.
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  2. Connect the battery ground cable.
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