Thanks, I thought the bracket would be slotted but I didn't see a slot to remove the cable end/ball. I was lying on the ground with poor lighting though, will be better prepared next time.If I remember correctly, If you back off number 5, the bracket is slotted so you can get slack pull entire cable off the valve.
Great video thanks. I plan to replace exhaust but not yet. Is it possible (and okay) to remove the servo while keeping the stock exhaust installed? I'd install a servo eliminator. So after removing the servo and cable, the butterfly valve would stay open?You can remove the servo completely if you want. The valve is spring loaded to full open if the cable breaks or is removed. Heal Tech sells a servo eliminator so you don't get a check engine light. They included one with my Zard Exhaust.
Remove the bulky and heavy exhaust servo motor when replacing the end-can or the full exhaust system. The ESE will get rid of the FI light coming on.www.healtech-electronics.com
Check out my video @ 3:40
Excellent thanks AlbertoYes, you can leave stock exhaust on, spring will force butterfly full open and you will need to install Servo Eliminator so you don't get Check Engine Light. It will sound throatier and have a little more rumble a low RPM, high RPM will be the same.
Sorry just saw your question. I wanted to do an oil change and access the mesh oil filter for cleaning. The servo cable runs right underneath the mesh filter cover plate. It can be moved only a little without removing the cable end from the butterfly valve. I had poor light and didn't see how to remove the cable end, but ended up removing the whole thing and installing a servo eliminatorI can’t remember but I think that Alberto is correct in what he says. Why do you need to remove the cable though when you are simply doing an oil change. There is no need to touch the servo at all. If you want to pm me your email I can send you a link to the full service manual