Throttle cable - adjustment, removal and refitting

Adjustment The procedure is the same as described in Part A of this Chapter for carburettor engines, except that the cable adjuster is situated in a bracket alongside the throttle housing.

Removal and refitting
The procedure is the same as described in Part A of this Chapter for carburettor engines, except that it is not necessary to remove the air cleaner, and the location of the mounting bracket is alongside the throttle housing.

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