I don't know. Take the cheese wedge off and maybe your other nuts are under there.
OK, I took the cheese wedge off, and took some more pics. Attached here is the clearest one.
There are two cables - as expected - involved in the throttle process. If I rotate the right grip, I can see both cables move: turning the grip from its idle position to its on-the-gas position, I can see slack taken up in both cables.
As I said above, the end of the fixed portion of inner cable, i.e., its sheath, is secured to a bracket by a nut on each side of the bracket. The cable on more on the outside of the bike is not
secured by nuts, but instead has some sort of special-purpose end to its sheath, such that that outer cable's position is secured by this special end piece (which seems to be formed such that it snaps into place in a notch in the bracket. Take another look, please, via this post's picture.
My question to one and all is this: does anyone else have one of the throttle cables secured in this manner - a special piece on the end of the sheath - instead of the two-nuts method used on the other throttle cable?
I'm just curious, really; I have an appointment for this recall at a dealer, for two days from now. (By the way, I asked the service guy, when I called up today, whether he was aware of this recall, and he said that he was.) My bike was ordered from the factory in late January, this year, and shipped in a crate to a dealer (a different one than I'm going to), so my bike certainly seems to fit in the timeframe involved in the recall. I'm just wondering whether the service dept. is going to be surprised to see this non-nut mounting for one of the cables.