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How do you remove the clutch cable end from a 1997 Chevy MG5 5 speed tranny?

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2007-08-13 16:59:38
2007-08-13 16:59:38

disconnect the hose from the clutch master cylinder on the firewall. I has a little retaining pin in it use a nail or something small to push it out then you can drop the tranny with a 4 foot line connected to it once you see the slave cylinder you can disconnect the hose the same way the hose was connected to the clutch master cylinder I learned this when I had to replance my slave cylinder

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