mr50bmg Posted October 25, 2005 Report Share Posted October 25, 2005 My choke cable is getting frayed at a point just before the carburettors. Eventually I'll replace it, but I was thinking I might be able to make it last a bit longer by wrapping some sort of braided wire around it for strength. Would that work? As to replacing the cable, I think the procedure would be something like this: 1. lay on back with head in footwell; find existing choke cable 2. connect replacement cable to existing cable with string 3. disconnect existing cable from choke 4. from the engine, pull existing cable out - which will also pull the new cable through 5. in footwell, connect new cable to choke 6. connect new cable to carburettors Is that how it's done? -Dave Quote All Cows Eat Grass Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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