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 Posted: 10-28-2007 04:02 pm
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Steve Jarvis


Joined: 10-28-2006
Location: Mississauga, Ontario Canada
Posts: 51
I went through the same process for several hours one night to figure out how to replace the clutch cable. The only solution I came to was to remove the bolts from the housing and pull it out several inches. You also need to unbolt the the brake balancing unit from the wheel wheel. This saves removing the brake lines from the master cylinder and bleeding the lines.

You will find that when the housing comes out the pin for the cable is held in place by a clip that needs to be compressed in order to remove the pin. It is not physically possible to do this without removing the housing. On the new clutch cable I had, the ball that slips through the connector was too large. I ground it down with a dremel tool until it slipped through. Have fun. Steve