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94 jeep cherokee manual clutch fluid tube

I have a 94 jeep cherokee with a manual clutch, i need to replace the fluid tube between the master cylinder and the slave. it has a small hole in it. First question: is it plastic or metal with a plastic cover. does this fluid tube come off and if so How? the whole assembly is over 275 dollars canadian and i would rather just replace or repair the hose. thanks

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The clutch hose on this model is all plastic with quick release metal ends. New master, slave and hose assemblies start at $145 to $240. There is an article on replacing the slave with 3/4" bore air cylinder for under $30. You could easily replace the line at this time using a simple compression fitting to connect to the stub of your old line. For that matter you could easily repair the hole with the same fitting available from any hardware store.

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Easist fix is to visit a car junkyard and find a 94 jeep cherokee (or close to same year). remove the tube and pay the junkyard dog on the way out. Chances are the tube in the junkyard may also be developing a hole, so carefully inspect it before settling. Many tubes on cars today are metal that are covered in plastic. To remove it, keep in mind that it was installed at the factory, so removal is just the reversal. Look for a swivel connector at one end of tube (or both ends). This swivel connector is identified by a hexagonal "nut" and a "break" immediately next to it. This is actually a compression fitting that when tightened, forces two metal surfaces against each other that are tapered inside (look for this taper once removed). Now using an open-ended wrench, turn the nut loose while holding back rotation on the tube.

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