how to release hydraulic line from clutch slave cylinder

Asked by Jul 01, 2011 at 07:02 PM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've tried using the removal tool that comes
with the new slave and can't get it to
release

1 Answer

not knowing the year modle,if slave cylender is in tranny it will have to be droped to replace the cylender.ok as for the tool that came with it,they usually arnt worth a dime,go to a parts store that has rent a tool,get one for this modle truck .put on line push turn counter clock wise should come right off,if I rembre right their is a C clip that needs to be removed from line at cylender first.

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