Question about 1998 GMC Suburban
These are commonly called "quick release fittings". pull back the retainer,insert the end of the line into the fitting,and push the retainer back into place.
The little clip that comes with it,can be installed into the retaining slot with a pair of snap ring pliers,or like i do,place one end in the slot,and push the other end with a screwdriver till it snaps into place.
The strange thing iI found with these things is that they seem loose,until you start your truck,and the pressure build up. After that they stay super tight.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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