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Slave cylinder disconnect

I have a 1988 Ford Bronco 11(manual transmission) which I cannot get the slave cylinder disconnect line off.I'm trying to get the disconnect tool on it,not sure were to put it.I thought it would go somewhere between the line and plastic sleeving but there is no space to even insert the tool.I don't know if the plastic sleeving is jammed up with the metal housing of the disconnect.You can see about 3/16" before the metal housing.Don't Know if I'm going at this all wrong or what,never did one before.Please help ,Jeff

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  • jjhurz Feb 11, 2009

    Thanks for the help kdc744

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Insert the tool in front off the plastic sleeve they are prone to be stuck. this is very common . as a rule off thumd i replace the master and the slave when iam doing the clutch any way and at times i have had to replace the line because it would not come of . you can disconnect the line at the master by removing the roll pin that holds the line

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