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post #1 of 15 Old 04-25-2012, 05:28 AM Thread Starter
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Banjo Bolt Leak?

I have fuel collecting right below the banjo bolt is there more likely the pump or the copper washers in the banjo bolt? There are no leaks on the ground just the smell of fuel and collecting of fuel below banjo
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Prob those banjo bolt washers. Get them at the International dealer and throw them in.
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You think? Its collecting beneath the banjo I took a pic of it
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Try tightening the banjo bolt a tad (1-1/4" wrench). Cheers!

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i had a diesel leak on my father's truck i thought it was the rubber hoses, nope it was those damn washers. took me two tires to get it right. one was not seated properly and allowed it to leak. fixed it no more leaks.

part number F4TZ-9A375-A. they are about $6 at ford. my dealer had to order them so you may want to call ahead

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International wasn't even more than $2 for mine. If I need anything for these motors I always go to International. Ford wants an arm and a leg for everything.
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that's true when i buy parts there. but when IH don't have something in stock it's always a week and ford can have it same day or next. and not everyone has an IH dealer in their town. i guess i will need to call them on every thing

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