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06-10-2013 06:53 PM
89Saharagreen RedRider

thanks great news

Chief
06-10-2013 12:41 PM
Redrider94
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Originally Posted by 89Saharagreen View Post
Anybody got an answer for me on this does the second line go some where or just terminate right there?

Would like to put my shifter boots and plate cover back on today if possible.

Thanks
It's the bleeder line, nothing attached to it. You're ok to put back together.
06-10-2013 11:23 AM
89Saharagreen Anybody got an answer for me on this does the second line go some where or just terminate right there?

Would like to put my shifter boots and plate cover back on today if possible.

Thanks
06-09-2013 07:35 PM
89Saharagreen
transmission question

Great thanks

ok so should there be something attached to both lines or just one?

And is year specific as in 88 only have one line 89 have two or anything else you can tell me or point me to?
06-09-2013 05:57 PM
jokerchief462 Clutch slave cylinder hydraulic line. Enters on the drivers side through the bell housing. The bleed valve also exits through the bell housing some models on the driver side some on the passenger side.
06-09-2013 05:35 PM
89Saharagreen
transmission question

I have a 88 with the peugeot transmission and I took off the plate and I want to know if this picture looks right.

It looks like an oil line going into the transmission from a reservoir up in the engine compartment mounted to the firewall near the steering and brake master cylinder.

Only problem is there is only one line coming from the reservoir to the transmission so why is this second line disconnected.

I am the third owner of this wonderful gem so I am finding lots of surprises by previous owners.

If it is normal fine but if it is not I need to know where this goes.

thanks

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