I made the same mistake but didn't bend mine around. You install the clip first and then press the line in.
Well I tried another 30 minutes attempting to shape the clip around so the line would press in no luck. For how big Chevrolette is its like pulling teeth to find a good parts diagram.I made the same mistake but didn't bend mine around. You install the clip first and then press the line in.
Awesome I’m going to swing by LKQ tomorrow they have a few cobalts if they don’t have any I’ll defiantly buy that clip off you. When did you get a LSJ?I have a clip, and the line, I got a whole LSJ if you're interested. Send me a text if you still have my number or message me
I never saw the email alert for your post man that would have saved me a few days I figured out the clip eventually and was a bit mad that it took me that long lol. It popped on super easy after that.I sure wish I would have thought of this earlier. I took mine off today so I could remove the old clutch line and remembered the issues I had with it too. The clip does NOT go through one hole and out the other. The clip straddles the two holes. It's just the opposite that you would think that it goes in. Try that and it should pop right in. But you probably already figured it out by now. Maybe it might help someone else.
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It was powder coated let’s hope I can get it on I’ll be home in a few hours to look. Anyone have photos of it installed?On a side note, I hope they didn't powder coat the backside of those fasteners. Adam/Lonny should seriously consider switching to a hex key style.
If not, aircraft remover (paint remover but stronger) will remove the powder coating on the wires. They are tough to turn and snap on as it is, powder coating will make it almost impossible.It was powder coated let’s hope I can get it on I’ll be home in a few hours to look. Anyone have photos of it installed?