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    How To: Install a Full Stainless Steel Clutch Line

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    2G How To: Install a Full Stainless Steel Clutch Line

    Post by AJracer33a on Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:42 pm

    Here's how to install a full stainless clutch line in a 2g 4g63 DSM.

    Step
    1: locate your master cylinder and slave cylinder. Start at the master
    and unbolt the clutch line. Have a pan ready to catch fluid. Start
    removing all of it until you get to where it separates into a soft
    rubber line.

    Step 2: Unbolt the FCU (aka fucks clutch up) from
    the transmission. I think there are 4 bolts. Unbolt the rubber line from
    the hard line and get it out of the support. Have a pan ready to catch
    fluid.



    Step 3: Unbolt line from slave cylinder, have a pan ready to catch brake fluid.

    Step
    4: Now on to the easy part. Start at the master, and bolt the line to
    it. Run your line however you want around the engine bay. Get creative, there's really no set way of doing it.

    Step 5: Bolt the other end of the line to the slave cylinder.

    Step 6: Get a clutch buddy, fill the reservoir up, and bleed the clutch. Look for any leaks.


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