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Old 04-28-2019, 07:12 PM   #11
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hydraulic line between slave cylinder and clutch master cylinder for 2005-2007 focus.

i do not know if older focus have the same setup.

https://wholesale.tasca.com/graphics...Z7A512AA/8.jpg
Your post has two part numbers. Im just trying to understand how they are used between the CMC and CSC.

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yes, because both are required to make the connection. idk why they made it this way, but they connect to each other to make one line which transfers brake fluid between the c.s.c and c.m.c. the connection cannot be made with just one of the two. the only difference that i noticed between these two parts was one is longer, non-flexible with two male-ends and the other that connects to the c.m.c is short and flexible having one female-end and one male-end. both part numbers are used as one to make one component of the clutch hydraulic system.

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i fought long and hard when i replaced mine, what a pita. Seriously thought it was going to break/sheer from how hard i had to pry. Installation was a breeze after that
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The line may well be split to make assembly faster on the assembly line. Both parts on the ends are already pre-assembled in more major assemblies. It then saves time on the line by allowing the last connection to go very fast.
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yes, because both are required to make the connection. idk why they made it this way, but they connect to each other to make one line which transfers brake fluid between the c.s.c and c.m.c. the connection cannot be made with just one of the two. the only difference that i noticed between these two parts was one is longer, non-flexible with two male-ends and the other that connects to the c.m.c is short and flexible having one female-end and one male-end. both part numbers are used as one to make one component of the clutch hydraulic system.
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