there is a tool yo do it or you can use a very small screwdriver to pull the retaining wire out. be carefull not to bend it so much that it permanitly distorts. then the line just pulls out. all the wire does is hold the line in place there is a bulge in the line that it catches on then an o-ring that makes the seal. one last note if you have to replace the Transmission Fluid use atf+4 or you will destroy it.
Easy use a quick disconnect tool or a small screwdriver
There is a plastic fitting or tool that goes around the line and you push into the fitting to release it. Push it in and pull out the line. You can buy a set of 5 for around $8 to $10 U.S.
The bottom fitting is a quick connect fitting. You usually use a special tool to release this fitting. Some auto parts stores will lend you the necessary tool for free. The top line will be a flare fitting, which will require the proper sized end wrench or line wrench to remove.
There are quick connect clips on that fitting. simple use a screw driver to press up on the side of the clip and you should be able to remove it. then the lines just pop out.
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.
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Remove trans to replace slave....Slave is connected directly to throwout bearing in bellhousing... shoot yourself because your new slave cyl is now in the transmission bell houseing and your quick connect hydro line will not fit your newly installed slave cyl. unles you can hand machine that connector ( I did) you will hlf to do the whole proses again may as well put it on the moon,good luck finding replacement for quick connect hydro line
The Vacuum line usually connects to the brake booster , or atleast it does in my Ford explorer
upper line on radiator connects to transmission front
Yes. Because... If we connect an alternator to a transmission line of high capacitance the line voltage will increase and caused a line voltage difference, which does not satisfied the condition of parallel operation of same voltage rating. [By Akhtaruzzaman08]
You should see a white sleeve around the fitting that is at the transmission. Slide this sleeve toward the transmission while pulling on the line.
spring clips around the tube
GM Heater Line Quick-Connect Release Tool this will do it. Otherwise you need to try and use a hacksaw to cut it off, though I wouldn't recommend it, might cut the line into the heater coil
Remove hood remove radiator, remove a/c compressor, power steer pump do not dis connect a/c or PS hoses disconnect from engine, remove starter, remove motor mount bolts 2 long ones, disconnect wiring harness from engine and transmission, remove drive shaft from transmission. remove bolt from end of transmission, mount, remove fuel line, oil cooler lines, transmission lines if it's automatic, disconnect exhaust manifolds, ground strap, vacuum lines, throttle, cruise control cables, hook up your chain to engine & to hoist & remove slowly.
i've done this on my 88 929 it's pretty straight forward. 1. remove flywheel belhousing cover on the bottom of the transmission in the front. i think there are four bolts. 2. you must then remove flywheel bolts from torqu converter there are 4 bolts. use wrench on front balancer pully bolt to turn engine to acces all bolts. 3. support the transmission with jackstands on the front and rear of transmission. remove transmission fluid line there are two. and then disconnect electrical wire harness. 4. check clearance, i dont remember but you might have to remove dipstick and tube. 5. remove bellhousing bolts from transmission thereare about six the connect transmission to the engine. 6. remove transmission mount bracket. 7. disconnect shift cable from floor shifter to the trans. 8.jack up transmission with floor jack and remove mounts ,lower transmission out of car.
Disconnect the negative battery cable Remove the drive belts. Remove the power steering pump pulley. Remove the alternator. Raise and safely support the vehicle. Remove the splash shields. Remove the power steering pump mounting bolts and position the pump aside, without disconnecting the power steering hoses. Remove the automatic transmission cooler line brackets. Mark the position of the driveshaft on the axle flange and remove the front driveshaft. Remove the wiring harness bracket and the automatic transmission cooler line bracket that is next to the starter. Disconnect the electrical connectors from the starter. Remove the fuel and brake line shield. Remove the starter mounting bolts and remove the starter. Clean the mounting surface flanges. Place the starter motor into position and install the mounting bolts. Tighten the starter mounting bolts to 27-38 ft. lbs. (37-52 Nm). Install the fuel and brake line shield. Connect the starter motor wiring. Install the wiring harness bracket. Connect the driveshaft. Install the transmission cooler line brackets. Install the power steering pump and the splash shields. Lower the vehicle. Install the alternator. Install the power steering pump pulley. Install and tension the drive belts. Connect the negative battery cable.
Some of these come as a pre-bled, pre-assembled set with master, line and slave. GM loved this for a while. If the line is removable it will either detach like a quick connect fuel line of will be threaded together. Good Luck
Use a 3/8 inch quick disconnect fitting removal tool. Should be about 5 dollars from an auto parts store.
FIRST BLOCK THE REAR WHEELS SO IT DON'T ROLL WHEN YOU REMOVE THE DRIVESHAFT. Then take a screw driver and pop the rear seal out of the transmission tail shaft housing and then tap the new seal in with a hammer being carefull not to bend the seal.
Answer Remove the screw from the metal bracket that is holding the fuel filter. It is located right below the battery to the right. Remove battery for ease of access to fuel filter which is located on the left side of car ( this would be located on the passenger side of your vehicle).To get the quick connect fuel line fittings off... you need a DISCONNECT TOOL. I got a pack of 6 at Advance Auto for $12. The small gray one fits the 2001 Sportage. Put the plastic tool under the fuel line fitting and squeeze together. The fuel line will pop off the old filter. To remove the rear fuel line, I had to go under the vehicle and use the tool on the fuel line. There is a rubber hose with 2 quick connect fittings. One end attaches to the filter and the other end attaches to a metal fuel line under vehicle. Remove the fitting that attaches to the metal line since there is no room on the back of filter for the tool to fit. Once you get the whole assembly out of the car.... you can work on getting the fitting off the rear of the old filter. Be very careful not to damage the plastic quick connect fittings!
Well it has a quick connect fitting which you must push the retainer ring into the fuel line and at the same time push the fuel line as well. Kind of like disconnecting a air hose.
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.
You will need the Ford Hydraulic Clutch Quick Disconnect Tool.
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
You need to get a quick disconnect tool from any parts house to remove the fuel lines.