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    Angry The throttle of the RXp dosen't move

    Hi

    friend of me had problem with his RXP

    when he press the throttle at the handle bar or

    at the steering , the part which is in the engine dose not

    rotate ( it dosen't move at all ) nor with the throttle

    we tried to fix it , we removed the part conected with the

    wire from the engine side and we tried to move the rod it self

    but still the same , it dosen't move , kindly tell what to do

    thanx
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    You will have to pull off the Throttle body, and soak it in penetrating oil, and work it in to the throttle plate.

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    Change the cable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skipSC View Post
    Change the cable!
    The cable is okay ( no problem with it )

    but the rod which gose into the engine is not moving

    how can I remove it and check it ,,,,thanx for the reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycho rxp View Post
    You will have to pull off the Throttle body, and soak it in penetrating oil, and work it in to the throttle plate.
    U mean the throttle body that is located at the engine side

    is I m correct ,,,,,,,,,,thanx 4 the reply

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    Pull the SC discharge hose off the throttle body, and spray some lube on the plate, then move the throttle plate by hand or with pliers. To remove the TB, pull the 2 wires, and cable off, then remove the (4) E8 torx bolts

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    The throttle is stuck due to Salt water in the intake (corroded shut/rusted)

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycho rxp View Post
    Pull the SC discharge hose off the throttle body, and spray some lube on the plate, then move the throttle plate by hand or with pliers. To remove the TB, pull the 2 wires, and cable off, then remove the (4) E8 torx bolts
    okay , I will do it today , thanxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by psycho rxp View Post
    The throttle is stuck due to Salt water in the intake (corroded shut/rusted)
    Yes u r right , coz he always rides his jitski in the salt water

    and some times he didn't flush or spray the engine ,

    Thanx

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    No problem, It's easy to do. I have done it 3 or 4 times now

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