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Author Topic: Can anyone provide a pic of the routing of the clutch master cylinder line?  (Read 229 times)

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Offline jrpentolino

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I pulled my brake booster / master cylinder and my clutch master cylinder so I could rebuild them. Got that done. Installed the clutch master and line to the slave. Then, went to install the booster and the clutch master line is in the way of the booster going in. I don't see any other way it could go. Makes no sense. And I don't have a pic from before. I have stared at it and monkeyed with it for hours now and I'm starting to feel like a bit cognitively impaired. Any help would be appreciated.
'82 Eagle SX/4, 4.2L 5 speed - Father / Daughter Build

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