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Can you post a picture of the line and the point on your transmission it inserts in?I need to see if the line broke or the slave cylinder broke, or the line just disconnected.
The line has to snap into the slave cylinder fitting. Some times it does take a little effort. But it should not just pop loose unless it was not fully connected or there is a problem with the slave cylinder or the line itself.
Yes, when the line pops loose, the fluid can not travel to the slave cylinder the move the throw-out bearing. When the line is connected, it opens a valve in the line to allow the fluid to move to the slave cylinder.
Can you post a picture of the line and the fitting on here?
Is there a tool box just above the section where you type your reply?
Click the paperclip icon, then browse and select the pictures. Then click OK. Then type a reply and click send. They will show up as links/blue typed lines on the replies.
No pictures on my side.
Ok, you have the aftermarket slave cylinder and line. You will have to remove the retaining clip and then push the line in and then reinstall the clip.