hold the washer at the end of the coupling (use a tool if necessary) - push it inwards (opposite to the direction you want the water line you want to come out towards) and pull out the water line. That's it.
Easy use a quick disconnect tool or a small screwdriver
Buy Quick Diconect tools At a parts store.They come on a strip in various sizes.
A braided 3/4" stainless steel hose can be installed on cold and hot water line for a quicker disconnect.
buy a fuel Quick disconnect tool. They make cheap plastic ones, and slightly more expensive metal ones
Usually, the line feeding the recepticle has a collar that simply slips back away from the recepticle (You may have to push the line forward and then pull back on the collar.) Then it should release.
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Those transmissions have whats called a "Quick Connect" fitting. There are little plastic tabs on the fittings that must be pushed in so that the line can be pulled out.
First remove gas cap, then disconnect exhaust from flange by fuel tank. Disconnect fuel pump electrical connection, disconnect fuel filler hose and evap line from top of tank. Disconnect quick connect fittings on top of tank. Lower tank. This procedure should be done with the tank less then 1/4 full.
switch to HPA, it is much better for the seals
Drain coolant, disconnect the battery. Disconnect the coolant line, replace the thermostat with a new one. Do not forget to replace the gasket too. Reconnect the line. Refill coolant, connect the battery.
You will need the Ford Hydraulic Clutch Quick Disconnect Tool.
the line is a quick disconnect. Take a pair of pliers and GENTLY squeeze the white tabs going into the rubber part of the line. As you are squeezing, pull on the rubber piece of the line and it should come right off. Same thing for the transmission end of the line.
with a quick connect tool the tool slides in the back side of the line then push the line together and press the tool in to the line then pull the lines a part you may need to spray a lube in the connection if the lines have a build up of debree in them for it to let go
How do you disconnect a quick connect gas line?It depends on the type that is used. There appear to be at least 5 different kinds but the one used on Saabs needs a GM disconnect tool that you can purchase from Harbor Freight or Autozone for under $10 bucks. The Saab quick connect has a rubber stopper / bushing that fits into the end of the metal quick connector. The bushing's purpose is to keep debris and dirt from getting into the connector. To Disconnect a Saab fuel line from the Fuel Rail:Grab one of the 3 rubber tabs that stick out perpendicularly on the side of the bushing and pull it toward the fuel rail. (You need to get the bushing up over the flair that keeps it in place.) All you want to do is get enough space between the bushing and connector so you can insert a small box wrench between them and use the wrench to pry the bushing up over the fuel line flaring.Once you have the bushing up out of the way, insert the disconnect tool into the end of the quick connector and push the quick connector up toward the tool. (The tool looks kind of like a pair of scissors that when closed form a 3/8" tube on one end and a 5/16" tube on the other end...). There are 4 metal tabs inside the quick connector that bend inwards toward a flaring that prevent the connector from coming off. By pushing the connector onto the tool, it pushes the 4 tabs back out of the way so they won't get caught on the flaring when you attempt to pull the connector off the line.With the connector pushed up onto the tube of the disconnect tube, you will then push both the connector and the tool away from the fuel rail. You might need to wiggle it back and forth but if you have the connector pushed up onto the tool far enough, it will provide enough clearance for the tabs to clear the flaring and the fuel line will disconnect from the fuel rail hard line.
Disconnect brake line at the nearest junction Disconnect brake line at the affected wheel cylinder Route new brake line same way old one was Connect both ends Bleed the wheel cylinder on that line MAKE SURE MASTER CYLINDER DOES NOT RUN EMPTY
Ford uses a quick connect fitting. You need the right size plastic release clip for the size line. It is a split plastic washer that goes around the line, you push it into the fitting and that releases the line. You can get a set of them for I think $6. Once you see the tool, it should make sense what it does and how to do it. Push the clip into the fitting with one hand and pull the line out with the other.
the line is a quick disconnect to operate your tool is to simply open it up place it on the line with the stems facing the connector and push in on the tool once the tool is fully seated keep pressure on the tool while pulling on the line to remove it. good luck
You will need to replace the quick disconnect fitting and it is best to use a steel one.
The easiest way to connect a portable washer to the water line is to connect it to your sink. You'll need to remove the sink aerator from the faucet and attach the faucet adapter that came with your portable washer. You'll then connect the drain hose and the water hose to the washer and then to the faucet coupler. Finally, you'll connect the faucet coupler to the faucet and plug in your washer.
You need to take it to a repair shop that has the equipment to properly repair it.
The color of plastic at the filter connection doesn't matter because the filter is a larger line than the return line. They are different sizes
Squeeze together the two locking tabs to release the coupler. Squeeze the tabs first before you start pulling on the coupler. If you can't reach them with your fingers use needle nose pliers.
Try the fuel line that is inder the front side drivers seat It might have a quick disconnect
You need to get a quick disconnect tool from any parts house to remove the fuel lines.
U have to use a special "Quick Disconnect" tool. Usually about 5 bucks...