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Going to take off and clean throttle housing

Am Going to take off and clean throttle housing, is there any things i need to watch out for, do i need any new seals to put on when i refit it.
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Re: Going to take off and clean throttle housing

shouldnt need to change the seal, but check it to make sure its not perished. otherwise, just take it apart and give it a good ol' clean up. if u do a full dismantle, make sure u place the butterfly back in the correct way. maybe take some photos at each stage to help u along.
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