Technical Clutch cable change

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Technical Clutch cable change

Horney

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Mine broke and I'm getting a new one today hopefully.

My question is do I need any special tools to change it. I had a search through the forum but couldn't find anything that mentioned tools to do the job. I've not got a haynes but I'm gonna try and pick one up from Halfrauds. While I'm there I can get any tools I may need.

I have the usual Spanners, sockets, pliers etc but just wondered if their were any tools that make this job a little easier.

Cheers folks,

Nick
 
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Patience of a saint. Hands of a baby.

Make sure any women / children / vicars aren't within ear shot of you.

It's a real fiddly job on the Sei compared to the Cinq.
 

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paulbfd said:
Patience of a saint. Hands of a baby.

Make sure any women / children / vicars aren't within ear shot of you.

It's a real fiddly job on the Sei compared to the Cinq.

that sticky is for cinq is that ok
 
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I would imagine so. The problem with the Sei is that the dashboard is totally in the way - on mine which is the MPi version, the ECU is in the way too!

I ended up taking the passenger seat out so I could get in better.
 
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Horney

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Oh boy am I looking forward to doing this at the weekend, NOT!

Ah well it'll keep me out of the pub for a bit at least.

Nick
 
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