how do i remove the clutch hydrolic line from the tranny?

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Asked by Sep 06, 2007 at 09:11 PM about the 1994 Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

1994 ford ranger with manual transmission and 2wd

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I believe these use a special tool similar to the ones used for A/C and fuel line removal. Check your local auto parts store for this tool.

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There is a plastic ring that needs to be depressed with a clutch tool. If you look at it, it is white. The clutch tool is every expensive if you can find it. The same thing can be accomplished with a screwdriver. Place the flat head screw driver on the plastic ring. Using a hammer, gently tap it. I don't know how to explain the amount of force needed but hitting it too hard will damage the connector. However it will take some force to get the plastic ring to be depressed. Tap one side with the screwdriver then tap the other. Apply slightly greater force each time that you change sides. The plastic ring will disappear into the connector. When that happens, tug on the line and it will come out. To reinstall press it in till you hear it click. Nathan

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