WHEN I PUSH THE HYDRAULIC LINE INTO THE SLAVE CYLINDER I SUPPOSE TO HEAR A CLICK SOUND BUT I DON'T WHY?
1989 Ford Ranger
When i push the hydraulic line into the slave cylinder it suppose to lock in place but when i pull on the line a little it will come out, the slave cylinder have been up-graded so i don't have to use a special tool any more to remove the hydraulic line the new slave cylinder have a clip that suppose to hold the line tight but it don't
Yes, it should click to lock. you may end up replacing the line up to the master is the clip is damaged
I have allready replacing the line up to the master cylider
You may not have it pushed in far enough
I push on it as hard as i could it want go any more feel like it is hit something
What if i try the old line and see will it click in
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