Cables come from the motor side of the cam. The 35mm or 1.377 is with the valves closed. The cam rotates clockwise when it opens.So, I'm feeling pretty stupid right now, but sitting without the motor running and the valves completely closed, how much cable should be sticking out? 1.377" or is that at a different rpm setting? If you're looking at the servo motor from the front of the sled, which way should the cables come in from? There are two sets of cable slots for some reason.
So i have a 2007 artic cat f8 sno pro and i was checking the servo and i turned it counterclock wise and the cables got lose . So i panicked and took the cables out to find out out ones stretched doesnt open and close like the other one does . But i do not know how to turn that servo back to where it was . It wont let me turn it either way ?CABLE ADJUSTMENT
Proper cable adjustment is critical to the operation of
the APV system. While it is recommended that the
cable adjustment be inspected every 1000-2000 miles,
the cable should not need adjustment often. To check
the cable adjustment, use the following procedure.
1. On the Crossfire/M-Series, remove the two cap
screws securing the servomotor cover.
2. Using a small needle-nose pliers, remove the servomotor
retaining clip and the cable holder.
3. Rotate the servomotor actuator counterclockwise
to loosen the cable; then pull the cable housings
down and out of the servomotor.
4. Slide each cable drum out of the slot of the servomotor
��NOTE: Before proceeding with the cable adjustment,
ensure that the exhaust valves are free to
5. While holding the cable housing firmly, pull the
cable as far out as it will go; then release. Repeat
three to four times. The cable/exhaust valve
should move freely without binding. If the cable/
exhaust valve does not move freely, the exhaust
valve assembly will need to be removed for further
��NOTE: When measuring the cables, they are to
be routed and as close to their installed position
6. While holding the cable housing, lightly pull on
one cable end to remove any slack.
7. Measure the amount of exposed cable from the
cable housing to the end of the cable.
��NOTE: The two cable measurements must be
equal in length or less than 0.5 mm (0.020 in.) difference
in length from each other.
��NOTE: Repeat steps 6 and 7 for each cable; then
compare the measurements to the appropriate
��NOTE: The measurements must be within the
specifications from the chart. If the measurements
are within specifications, no adjustment is necessary.
If they are not within specifications, proceed
to step 8.
8. Loosen the jam nut on the cable to be adjusted;
then using the adjusting nuts, lengthen or shorten
the housing as needed.
9. Once the proper length has been attained, hold the
adjusting nut in place and tighten the jam nut
10. Place the cable housings into position in the servomotor.
Secure the cable housings with the cable
11. On the Crossfire/M-Series, place the servomotor
cover into position; then secure with two cap
��NOTE: If for any reason the pulley was removed
from the servo, make certain to align the space
between the two cables with the mark on the shaft
of the servo.