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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-22-12, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

So I have to replace my flywheel, and I noticed my clutch line is kind of corroded inside the slave cylinder.. Is there any way to get the line free from the master cylinder? The new line I got looks like there should be a clip or something holding it in but I dont see anything on the old one.

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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

It should be like this. There's a picture on the page. 91 Ranger 4x4: hydraulic..clutch..tp use their disconnect tool..mazda - JustAnswer

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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

I was looking to disconnect it from the master cylinder, I talked to a guy from ford and he said theres a roll pin, but I cant seem to get it out.. I tried pushing it up and down and it wont move either way... Are there any other tricks I could try? All I could find small enough to push it was an allen wrench, maybe I can get a small screwdriver or something and try that.. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

On the master cylinder, the roll pin has to be tapped out with a punch, then just pull the line out.

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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

does it matter which way you push the pin out? I'm gonna go get a punch for it..
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It doesn't matter. Just use the easiest to get to.

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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

ok. the reason I asked is the guy from ford said he wasnt sure if it had to be pushed up or down to come out..
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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

Look at the other side to see whare it'll come out.

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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

I know the hole goes all the way through, I put a allen wrench all the way through it earlier before I talked to the ford guy thinking maybe it would release it that way.. I'm just not sure of its the same size all the way through allowing it to come out the other side.. and I cant see the other side unless I take the master cylinder completely out to twist it around...
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Re: 89 Ranger Replacing Hydraulic Clutch Line

The you know which way to tap it out. The punch has to be able to "just" fit in the hole to push it out.

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