1) Use the adjusting screw on the bottom of the cable (the end attached to the engine) to give you as much slack in the cable as possible.
2) Adjust the clutch lever (on the handlebar) adjuster screw all the way in, also to give you as much slack as possible. Make sure the slot in the adjusting screw and the locknut are aligned with the slot in the clutch handle so the cable can be slid through it during removal and installation.
3) Remove the cable from the clutch lever on the engine end. This might require pliers to hold the cable while you maneuver it out of the slot it rests in in the lever.
4) Now that you have all that slack, remove the cable from the clutch lever on the handlebar.
Paying close attention to how the cable is routed through the engine compartment, remove the entire cable...casing and all.
Install new cable in the reverse order of the way you removed the broken one.
Be careful on the handlebar clutch lever side not to get the cable crimped inside the adjuster screw once you've installed it inside the handle. I had to use a flat screwdriver to push against the cable while turning the adjusting screw so the cable would remain fed correctly until I turned the adjuster screw slot toward the rear of the bike.
Adjust cable as necessary at the engine side, and then use the handlebar adjuster screw to make fine adjustments. Make sure to leave 2-3 mm of freeplay in the handlebar clutch lever so your clutch fully engages.
Sorry if this doesn't help you much. It's an easy operation, just kinda hard to put into words.
Last edited by cbdallas; 08-22-2008 at 11:41 AM.