Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
There is usually a round locking clip that is underneath the line connector. There is a special tool you can buy, or you can fashion a cylindrical piece of plactic to snap over the line that will fit under the line-shroud. a bic pen usually works for me - cut a section off, make it into a 'c', and snap it over the line. Then push it under the shoud. It should push the locking ring back and the line should come off.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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