how do i remove the hydraulic clutch line from the tranny

Asked by Dec 28, 2006 at 08:18 PM about the 1995 Ford Ranger Splash Extended Cab Stepside 4WD SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The question is how do i remove the hydraulic line from the tranny

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Hello This depends on your transmission. Do you have a manual or automatic? CarGrrl

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an automatic does not have a hydraulic clutch line. the manual has either a roll pin that locks the fitting in or it has a snap fit fitting, I would have to look at one t5o see, I,ve worked on a 96 or 97 but not on a 95

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Yours has a hydraulic system. They make a special tool to release the line without losing your fluid. You can buy it at any parts store. When you get it,get under the truck and look at the slave cylinder line. You will see a white clip around the fitting. Take the special tool and shove in the clip evenly and pull on the line. It should release,may take three or four tries.

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Now is this the same removel for a mannual 1986 ford ranger? or is there another way to remove the hydraulic line without having to remove the clutch master cylinder?

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