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Injector replacement help

Hey guys, I'm doing a set of injectors on an early 2004 6.0 for the first time. Couple questions, how do most people get the oil line off of the oil rail? Appears to be a quick disconnect style hose do I need a special tool or should I just unscrew the fitting out of the oil rail also could somebody drop me the torque specs on injector holddowns and the oil rail? It would be much appreciated thanks in advance.Injector replacement help-imageuploadedbyautoguide1363733076.294202.jpg


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If needs a special tool. I just saw it on another forum. I think this is it.

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You can pick it up for $20 on amazon.com. I just ordered one just to have, plus we have my buddies truck ripped apart for studs and gaskets and his is an early 03 with that line so it will get used soon.

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If you have a dye grinder or something like that, the tool that you use to change bits fits the oil lines perfectly. Don't try to remove the stand pipe that the oil line connects to. They have to be replaced once they are removed. It's easier to just take the line loose at just the oil rail, unbolt the rail and lift it slightly. That will give you enough room to remove the oil line completely from rail.

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