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How do you remove the hydraulic fitting on the transmission of a 1999 Chevy S-10 with the manual VN1500?

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2009-09-09 18:50:05
2009-09-09 18:50:05

You need to pinch the plastic sleeve and push from both sides 180 degrees. In then releases the entire connector and plastic hose. (black)

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