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    need help

    I have a 1996 SL780 and lost the screw to the choke cable that holds the throttle in place on the handle bars. I have tried several screws of different kinds and none seem to work. I am sure this is a specialty screw, but would anyone happen to know what kind it is and where a fella could find one. It has to be loose some how to allow the throttle to turn to choke it. any help is appreciated. thanks


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    Post this in the general discussion section and you will get more replies. You might even find someone that has one they can send you. Good luck!

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    Isn't this a self tapping screw for plastic?
    Or is this the tiny screw for the pull knob?
    Is choke on bars or glove box area?

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    it is on the hanle bar, the throttle comes out of the pad area. thanks for everyones help

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    gray are you talking the nut/screw assembly for the accelerator or choke cable? You stated choke but seem to be describing accelerator.

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    Grey,

    Could you post a picture or two of the part you are looking for?

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    choke

    hey thanks for all of yalls help but i dont know how to post pics, but the screw is on the choke on the left hand side of the handle bars. It is the screw that holds the throttle up in the slot and allows the throttle to turn. when the srew fell out the throttle and a couple of other pieces fell out but i have all of the other pieces just cant find the correct screw to hold all of it together and still allow the choke to turn and pull the cable to choke it. It inserts through a hole in the actual throttle and feeds up in to the whole piece holding it all together. Sorry the is about the best I can do. I am a female and that should tell the story as to why I dont know any other way to describe it.

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    What you should have for a choke is this, assembly 8.
    If it's on the left bar, somebody may have changed something, a photo would really help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldandgray View Post
    hey thanks for all of yalls help but i dont know how to post pics,
    To post pictures:

    Click "Post Reply", then in the "Additional Options" section under the reply box, click "Manage Attatchments". The manage attatchments pop-up window will appear. Click the "Browse" button. Find the picture file then click open. Finally, when you have uploaded all desired pictures click the "Upload" Button, then click "Submit Reply"

    Hope this helps

    Rob

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