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Old 03-03-2011, 02:06 PM
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part numbers for banjo bolts and washer and fuel pressure spring.

I been looking on the forums trying to find the part numbers for the fuel pressure spring upgrade and banjo bolts and washers with no luck. Can anyone help?
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I suggest Tousley Ford; Call the Parts Department @ 800-328-9552
The part numbers are:
3C3Z-9T517-AG for the "blue" updated fuel pressure regulator spring
Banjo bolt: W302472 (you need 2 bolts)
Washers: W303659 (you need 4 washers)
Whole shootin' match will be right around 70 bucks or so
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Explain for a rookie what these "banjo bolts" are for and the purpose. Also...the spring. Is it to allow more fuel or does it just upgrade a known weak part? Any benefits for a basically stock truck?
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I know the spring raises your fuel presure 10 psi, and I have no clue about what the banjo bolts do, I asked the dealer, and they all own diesels and work on them, and they had no idea what I was talking about when it came to the banjo bolts.
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Does anybody have International parts numbers for these items.
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From what I have been told is that if you upgrade your banjo bolts to the 6.4 ones they alow more fuel to enter and put let strain on your injestors. This is also a cheap fix and imporvement. Someone with more intel can explain in more detail I am sure but thats my understanding of them.
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I suggest Tousley Ford; Call the Parts Department @ 800-328-9552
The part numbers are:
3C3Z-9T517-AG for the "blue" updated fuel pressure regulator spring
Banjo bolt: W302472 (you need 2 bolts)
Washers: W303659 (you need 4 washers)
Whole shootin' match will be right around 70 bucks or so
Thanks for the info. Just to make sure the part numbers on the banjo bolts are for the 6.4 ones correct?
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Thanks for the info. Just to make sure the part numbers on the banjo bolts are for the 6.4 ones correct?
Yes, that number is for the 6.4 banjo bolt
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that part number for the spring is actually a kit, or atleast thats what i got when i ordered it from Tousley ford. it came with gaskets and everything.
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i went to international here in CANADA and they couldnt get the FPR kit . something about a restriction and only ford could get it . Is there anywhere i can purchase the blue spring on its own or does it only come with the housing .

From what i understand from my research and installing the banjos today the purpose of the uprade is that the stock ones have restrictions in the way of check valves and at WOT or demanding the fuel system the restrictions in the stock banjo would starve the injectors of fuel and wear and kill them . the 6.4 banjos do not have the inner check valve as a restriction and has 2 extra ports on the side if the bolt for improved flow .
i hope this helps .
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