I have a frozen throttle cable in my 150f. I know it is water because I have flown a few times, first having to thaw it out. It went from totally stuck to moving after application of heat. Today I attempted to blow out the water by injecting from the inside end, but the cable is sealed too well to get anything meaningful into the cable housing from the inside. Is there any more access at the throttle body end of the cable to blow air or some lubricant through the housing to remove the water? I have to remove the cowling to access that end. Does anyone have an idea of how to get water out of a 150 throttle cable without removing and reinstalling the cable? Should I just go get a whole new cable assembly for $170 and assume that this one is corroded as well from the liquid inside?