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I need to replace the tach drive gear in my 75 GL1000. I have the part but I'm unsure of what to expect when I get started. I can't find any diagrams in the manual relating to that area of the engine. I thought I'd ask before I start pulling the fuel pump etc. off. I'm hoping its a pretty straight forward part replacement.

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you mean the tac drive cable ?.....if so take the inside bolt of fuel pump out ...the cable will pull out now ...and replace with good cable ..

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the gear drive on the cam is pressed on ...or if you have the whole cam and drive ...you replace the cam ...

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It's been a while since I had a fuel pump off, but I think it was just a matter of pulling the oil seal (31) and unless the drive gear is stuck in there, it should just pull out.

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So I don't need to remove it from the engine? I broke the tab off part 3 when I didn't get the cable in all the way the last time I installed it. I'm concerned about how part 3 meshes with whatever drives it.

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Part three meshes with the worm gear on the cam. Slight turn should align the teeth to each other.

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If you broke the tab off of the tip of the gear shaft, pulling it off may become a necessity just to be able to pop the gear out of the fuel pump housing. Pulling the fuel pump is nothing but two bolts and a little wiggle.

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Thanks. It sounds like it won't be much trouble.

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