I replaced my clutch and when i try bleeding the line the line pops out of the slave cylinder

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Asked by Oct 17, 2014 at 02:03 AM about the 1996 Ford Ranger XLT Standard Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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35,645

Did you replace the slave cylinder? Are the threads stripped out?

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Its a new slave cylinder when i bleed it the line pops out

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35,645

Are the threads stripped in the feeder line? Or is that new also?

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35,645

Is the clutch peddle hard? Is it possible that the throw out bearing jamed?

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No it is soft and replaced new clutch and master and slave but i can pump it a couple times but then the line pops out idk if the white sleeve on it is causing this or not

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35,645

Is the white sleeve plastic and inside the slave cylinders threaded reciprocal? Sorry for the simple questions but it's a bit unusual with what's going on

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It has a clip on the slave cylinder where the line goes in. The sleeve is supposed to be used for easy take off. Its brand new. The line just keeps popping off the cylinder

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35,645

I'm going to have to do some research on this. Very unusual.

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Ok

Ever find a solution to this problem?

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Mine is doing the same thing? Did you get it fixed? If so what was wrong?

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Any luck!? We're having the same problem.

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