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I am replacing the slave cylinder hose on a 1994 ford ranger 3.0. how do i remove the hose from the clutch master cylinder

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There is a special tool to push the white collar down to remove the line from the clutch slave cylinder. Most clutch kits come with this tool but it is easily available from most parts stores. If you have the tool, lubricate the sleeve and push the line into the slave cylinder to release the holding fingers, then push on the sleeve with the tool and pull straight out on the line to remove. Sometimes they can be a pain. another solution is remove the whole line up to the master cylinder with it, you just have to route it accordingly. I have done this with some that wont disconnect.

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I would check for a restriction between the Clutch Master Cyl. & the Clutch Slave Cylinder. I don't know if it's cold where you are but I've experienced a few Clutch slave cylinders that seemed to freeze, leak out & then continue to leak until replaced. Undoubtedly due to moisture in the systems. You could have a helper assist you in bleeding the slave cylinder, if you notice resistance at first, there could be something in the line from when the previous Master cylinder went bad that just got lodged in the system & didn't show up until now.

If you have no pressure whatsoever, lodging isn't the issue, attempt to bleed the system & then look for leaks at the boot of the slave cylinder. This will also confirm that the Clutch Master Cylinder is functioning properly.

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have you check the slave cylinder to see if its moving when someone puts there foot on the clutch.
And check the adjustment on the master cylinder.

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