how do i remove line from clutch master cylinder? on 1992 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup

The line seems to be molded into bottom of clutch master cylinder. The line has a leak!

by in Simi Valley, CA on August 25, 2009
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ANSWER by on August 26, 2009
You need a release tool that unlocks a white plastic connector down at the slave cylinder down on the transmission. the line comes with a new master cylinder. You might check to see if a GMC or Chevrolet dealer might have this tool. It's a Kent-Moore tool # J-36221 Hope this helps.
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COMMENT by on December 22, 2010
That is incorrect chevys do not have that type of clutch line all you need is a small pick similar to a small nail there is a small round clip you tap it out a little then pull it out with a pair of pliers
ANSWER by on April 02, 2011
on 1993 chevy truck, a small pin needs to be driven out, so the line can be removed. no special tool, just a little bit of fanaggling to get pin pushed out and pushed back into place.
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COMMENT by on April 11, 2011
push new line into slave cylinder, make sure the end is seated completely,then push pin back in.
COMMENT by on April 20, 2013
thanks
ANSWER by on September 07, 2013
I need help me fix my truck
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