How to get idle ajuster out of carb?

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The previous owner of my 2007 400ex twisted the idle cable to shit anyways I'm replacing It but I don't know how to unscrew the cable from the carburetor. There is no spot for a wrench or anything and its impossible to unscrew it by hand please help!

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