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How to remove the clutch line from the block behind the resivour

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Use a brake line wrench or a tubing wrench and hold the other fitting with a back up wrench. Tap the line wrench with the palm of your hand to crack it loose. Plug with a golf tee or a piece of vacuum line with a screw in it.

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