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Offline stingray68

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Help Disconnecting Carb From Choke BS90 Trail
« on: August 08, 2017, 09:06:43 AM »
Hello Everyone,

   I would like to remove the carb and give it a good soak and cleaning, but I don't see anywhere in the manual that explains how to remove the choke cable from the carb.  I loosen the nut and it just seems like it binds up and never wants to disconnect from the carb.  Am I doing something incredibly wrong or making this much harder than it really is?  I would not doubt either one is very possible!!!  You all have been such a great help with this project and I am getting close to getting this bike on the road again.  Thank you all in advance.  Mike

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Re: Help Disconnecting Carb From Choke BS90 Trail
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2017, 09:20:56 AM »
Mike,
You're right it's simple!  Spray penetrating oil in the hole and let it soak.  The plunger just pulls out as long as the cap nut and adjuster are free.  It took a couple of days of soaking before I could remove one of mine.  Good luck, Steve 
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Re: Help Disconnecting Carb From Choke BS90 Trail
« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2017, 07:03:48 PM »
       If it won't budge after a good soak, disconnect the cable at the lever end and slide the outer cable up so you can get at the choke plunger. Use a small screwdriver in the cable slot to give it a gentle twist. Usually does the trick.
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