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Old 09-05-2008, 02:28 AM
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Sorry it took so long for me to get these for you but here is how ithe choke cable is run through the carbs on my bike:






Anything else I can do please let me know (I promise to get it done quicker next time)
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Old 09-06-2008, 05:55 PM
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Fule lines and Choke cable front brakes

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I just fixed a wire problem that caused the bike to die. Right before that happended I test drove it and that's when the Fuel leaked all over and we also have a Radiator leak. If anyone can get a a picture or diagram where the three fuel lies go (From the Petcock) to the Carb.. That would so be helpful. We don't think our reserve line is in the right place if at all hooked up.
Should it not go back into the Tank? The link that comes out of the "T" at the bottom of the Petcock goes straight down onto the Carb nibble. I marked that one from before removing the Carb. In fact, I marked all the lines but the other two just rubbed off. Also, before pulling the Carb, I unhooked the
Choke cable but now having the carb back in it's tuff to see or find where that
Choke Barrel on the end of the cable hooks into. Also, someone said the new throttle cables are not on exactly right. Anyone have a pic of throttle cables as well. Resolving these should get us running except for bleeding the
front brakes. We got a new (Used) Master Cylinder but can't manually bleed the brakes. Can't bring pressure to the Master Cylinder and get the Banjo bolt installed air tight. We tried a Brake Bleeding kit but seem to need reverse bleeding. Is there anyone in the D.C. Virginia area that works on these bikes ?

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Old 09-06-2008, 05:58 PM
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Charlie,

This is awsome! So helpful! I just had to troubleshoot a Wire problem so seeing this is like new Hope! So helpful! Thanks so much! Have a drink on me!
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Old 09-06-2008, 06:00 PM
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Charle,

Thanks again! This is so helpful!

David and Andrew
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Old 09-06-2008, 10:00 PM
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guitar99,
There are several pictures in the manual, you can download the manuel from:
http://www.tocmanufacturing.com/File...nd%20Parts.pdf
This is a very big Adobe file, it contains a parts list for all years of the vn700 & 750. Save it to your hard disk so you don't have to download it every time you want to view things.

On page 2-8 shows the area at the end of the choke cable
On page 2-14 it shows another pic of the end of the choke cable
Page 2-18 shows the routing of the hoses of the carbs
Page 2-25 shows pic of fuel petcock
Let us know how we can help
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Choke cable runs down the left side of the bike then through the middle of the carb there is a metal bracket which is a triangle holder. It holds the end of the cable housing.
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Let me know if you need pictures still I will do the bast I can... I just spent all summer getting my 85 running.
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CMESS,

I do need a picture or to know exactly where the hoses on the petcock
go. I pretty sure the one going straight is vaccume and goes to the close
Nipple on the carb. The two Gas lines ??? Which one where?

Also, there is a Black Plastic "T" that we are still trying to make sure
the Vaccume Hoses go to the right place... We have one that is missing.
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