removing clutch actuator arm?

is it as easy as it seems can i just take the clutch cable off and pull the arm off or do i have to take the side cover off and loosen the pushrod or is it gonna be way more complicated. i just need to change a broken clutch return spring


oh and can i do this without loosing any oil because i just changed it

If you just want to remove the actuator arm i think you just need to remove the cable and then the arm. Also, lay the bike on its side to save new oil from escaping.

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