Question about 1992 Ford Explorer
When removing the clutch hydraulic line from the trani, after pushing in that little clip , the line came out from the trani, but has a peice attatched to the end that doesnt look like anything on the end of the new replacement one. Did i break something off inside the trani that wasnt supposed to come out, or will that all go back in ok when i put the new one in?
Hi there that little clip holds the line lock in place make shure you wipe off the hose connection with a clean rag as you dnt want any dirt in line good work should go fine assemble as it was and bleed hydraulics bye for now
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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