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hydrolic line

is there a speical tool or something to disconnect the hydrolic line to the transmission? is there something i can rig up to diconnect it?

this is a 2.5L 5 peed i dkn the right name for the tranny
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the hydraulic line has a plastic sleeve over it, push it inward toward the center of the tranny, it will release some "fingers" that secure the line into the release bearing. There is a springloaded check valve inside that wont allow fluid to pour out.
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hydraulic line into the tranny? Are you talking about the master cylinder quick connector for your slave cylinder??

There is a special tool for that....But i've never used it......with a careful hand, and a couple small flat screw drivers, it can be done. I've done it three times now.
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This is what the actual tool looks like:
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I don't remember where I even got it at anymore because I've had it for ages. It works really well but it's definitely not necessary.



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