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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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Stuck throttle body

I have a stuck throttlebody on a 2005 Honda cbr600rr I loosened up all 4 screws on the cylinder head is there anything else I can or need to do to remove it? Also what can I do to prevent this from happening next time?
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Search OTF there's an oldish thread about how to remove throttle body.

I think the guy made a tool like a gear puller and worked it off.....
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The rubber insulators are probably hardened, I replaced them on my '05. Try some lubricant and or a heat gun. I think I read on here somewhere to just rock the assembly forwards and back to pop it loose. YMMV

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Long pry bar. Pry on the throttle body of your choosing but choose wisely and don't break anything off. They will pop right off. Tap em back on with a rubber mallet.

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all you need to do is grab them in your hands and rock them back and forth. they'll come free.
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Thanks guys problemed solved.
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