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post #1 of 3 Old 01-13-2008, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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does anyone happen to have a pic of the way the idle adjustment cable should be in the holder? i noticed it is out of the holder and not sure how to put it back in. Thanks

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That's a great question... They never stay in place unless you crimp the holder,but I never knew which side the washer goes on

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That's a great question... They never stay in place unless you crimp the holder,but I never knew which side the washer goes on
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Thats my problem. there is a washer then like a c clip on it. not sure if the washer and clip go on back side, or if c clip goes on back side and washer goes on the outside toward the knob

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