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CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line

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This new clutch hydraulic line is built to meet or exceed OEM standards.
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CARQUEST ClutchNew Clutch Line
 
3.4

(based on 7 reviews)

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    • Mechanic (4), Auto enthusiast (3)

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4.0

Takes two people

By 

from Garfield ky

Verified Buyer

Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line:

A little difficult to install. You will need a helper. The line itself looks indestructible but weaving it threw the tangle of engine parts is tough. The next challenge is bleeding the lines. I found that pumping it in the bleed port works best. I used a little plastic pump that screws on a gear oil bottle for filling boat lower units.

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5.0

Perfect fit

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from Bowling Green, KY

Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line:

Other reviewers stated they had to bend it to install. I had no problem installing. Fed hose from bottom and upside down to get it over the transmision then flip.

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1.0

this is not a direct fit-barely fits

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from Whitley City, Ky

About Me Auto Enthusiast, Mechanic, Retired Maint Tech, Truck Enthusiast

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Pros

  • Has Correct Threaded Ends

Cons

  • Difficult To Install
  • Line Has To Be Rebent
  • Line Has To Be Straighten
  • Not A Direct Fit

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    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line:

    The way product was fabricated neither end would properly screw into cylinder without a lot of re-bending and modification, was impossible to tell which end was intended for clutch master or slave cylinder. I had to almost completely straighten hose out to reach across engine. I think there will be no more cluch lines from Advance!

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    2.0

    doesn't fit 1988 with screw in ends

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    from Charlottesville, VA

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    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line:

    looks like a quality part, just will not fit my truck with screw in ends

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    4.0

    As Advertised, decent fit.

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    from Western, PA

    About Me Auto Enthusiast, Weekend mechanic

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    Pros

    • Good Fit
    • High Quality Fittings
    • Nearly The Same As Oem

    Cons

    • Came In A 4 Foot Tall Box
    • Difficult To Install
    • Had To Bend To Install

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Driving
    • Replacement
    • Restoration

    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line:

    The replacement hydraulic line's dimensions match the OEM part. It was a very tight squeeze to get it into place, routed between the body and the transmission and around all the wires and other lines in the way. Bleeding is super easy if you cycle the slave cylinder after gravity bleeding. Do not bleed using the same technique as a brake bleed job or you'll end up blowing out your slave cylinder or master cylinder. Remove the slave cylinder from the transmission for best results. The job took me about 90 minutes with taking my time and thoroughly bleeding, then securing the flexible portion of the line to the bracket.

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    3.0

    Ten dollars higher online !!!

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    from carthage NC

    About Me Auto Enthusiast, Mechanic

    Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line:

    Checked part at store...in stock. Figured I would by online and save 20% but online price is $10 bucks higher. What a ripoff!!!

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    5.0

    worth the price

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    from new milford ct

    About Me Casual Driver, Mechanic, Truck Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Easy To Install

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday Driving
      • Replacement
      • Restoration

      Comments about CARQUEST Clutch New Clutch Line:

      on a budget most of the time I would try to repair the old line but in a year repair the same thing again useing a new part is always easier and more comforting.

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      • Q:

        how do I take one clutch line off
        Asked on 5/15/2012 by pops from trevor wi.

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          A:

          The clutch on a truck equipped with a manual transmission uses a hydraulic line to connect the clutch master cylinder to the transmission. If the hydraulic line suffers a leak, the system won't be able to build up pressure and the clutch won't engage. To solve this problem, you need to first remove the clutch line to determine if it has a problem. Doing this requires special tools, but it won't take more than 30 minutes to remove the line. Things You'll Need: Jack, Jack stands, Clutch line removal tool, 1/4-inch ratchet and socket set. Instructions: 1) Park the truck on a level surface. Lift the truck with the jack. Put jack stands underneath the frame. 2) Open the driver's door. Remove the trim panel underneath the steering column. Remove the two bolts on the bottom of the trim panel using the 1/4-inch ratchet and socket, then pull the panel off the dashboard. Locate the hydraulic line running into the back of the clutch master cylinder, which is on the upper left side of the firewall. Remove the line from the clutch master cylinder with the clutch line removal tool. 3) Follow the clutch line to its connection at the transmission, pulling it through any grommets in the body along the way. Remove the clutch line from the transmission with the clutch line removal tool. Take the clutch line away from the truck. Tips & Warnings: You can find the clutch line removal tool at most auto parts stores. If not, you can also find it at specialty automotive tool dealers.

          Answered on 5/16/2012 by Victor from AAP
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