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Ok. I imagine there is a special tool for this. But, is there any DIY way to disconnect the quick-disconnect fitting at the other end of the clutch line?
 

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No one has pulled one of these to swap the GS braided line in?
 

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You remove the little clip and it just yanks out, it'll be in there tight, twist it back and forth until it pops free. You'll probably bang your hands on stuff when it pops out, gloves would be a good idea.
 

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Really? I'm gonna have to remove the fuse box to see this clip, I think!

I was sitting in the engine bay, where the motor would be and could not see the clip!
 

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I had to loosen the ABS module and shift the battery a little to get at the old hose, then take off the drivers side wheel and slide it out through the wheel well (with a little help from a local indy).
 
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