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Fuel Pump Question

Want to replace the o-ring on the fuel pump. Is it possible to get it out without pulling the turbo? I'm wondering if an off-set box-end wrench could get in there? What size is that bolt on the back?
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If you truck is not a late 96-97 California version, you can do it without removing the turbo. Use a 1-1/4" wrench to loosen the banjo bolt. Some turbo pedestals have more webbing than others and some folks have cut some of the web out to gain better access (but you don't have to). Here's the part numbers for the banjo bolt washers (one between the pump and fuel line fitting and one between the fitting and banjo bolt):

Fuel Pump Banjo Fitting Seals (seals the banjo fitting of the "wishbone" line)
(Ford) F4TZ-9A375-A
(International) 1820650C1
Aeroquip # FBM 3517

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Thanks. It's a 96, so I'll give it a shot.
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I did it on my 95 without removing the turbo. Just take your time and don't get frustrated and you'll be fine.
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