My sons 2006 PW80 has sat for a while. Would only run with choke on but without in gear. Did a search and found where someone else had a similar problem and found that the main jet needed cleaning. So figuring I would take the carb off and clean I had no idea what I had in store. I have clean a XR250 carb but this thing is way different. I did manage to get partly off and the bowl as well and WOW, what a mess! Yikes. Needs cleaned, bad. Anyway, I would like to be thorough and take it off for a complete cleaning. Here is my problem, I don't understand how the throttle cable should be taken off (choke too but seems I can dismount the choke from the bike then figure that out once the carb is away from the bike). There is a couple of screws that is holding a top plate where the choke and throttle go into the carb, just take that off? I assume the cables are directly connected to the choke and slide. I have diagram of the carb in the owners manual but doesn't actually show the cables hooked to the choke or throttle inside the carb. I see springs and a clip for the throttle. Should I just take the screw off the top and expose all of that in order to get the carb from the bike? The other thing holding it on there is this tube or cable running from the side of the carb over to the autolube pump. I don't see any way of disconnecting that thing? Where it attaches to the carb, nothing to unfasten and then it just goes into the housing of the autolube. ????? Some pics of the float and bowl Carb is actually still attached to the bike, I had to hold the camera virtually on the floor pointing up to get this shot. Here is top of carb with the choke and throttle. Undo the nut end of the choke going in? Take off screws and plate for throttle? Better way? Cable/tube coming from the carb to the autolube housing. Nothing to twist, turn or unhook from what I can tell. Peep hole on the other side of the autolube housing where you can see the cable/tube end . . . . to nothing that I can see to unattach I am probably overlooking the obvious, thanks in advance for giving consideration to such a long thread.