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post #1 of 23 Old 05-14-2011, 01:53 PM Thread Starter
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Remove banjo bolts

I am trying to tear everything out to get to my manifold today, and I am stuck on the oil and fuel filter housing. I can't budge the banjo bolts out, w/o twisting the fuel lines. What am I doing wrong here? Any help is greatly appreciated, as I am at a stand still right now wracking my brain how to do this.

Am I supposed to twist the banjo and fuel line nut seperate directions? Does it pop out? I am lost. I have already slightly twisted the front line where it is most likely going to have to be replaced, and trying to avoid jacking the others up.
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I dont know, I replaced my and they came right out.
Could try releasing the fuel line from the fuel bowl so you not twisting it while turning the bolt.

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I wish mine were that easy. As I turn the fuel lines are turning, no if's and's or but's. This is where I hit my limitations, and at a complete stand still and losing day light. Sounds like it is beer thirty(might make me think outside the box)

Probably a simple fix here I am missing.
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Just had the aha moment. Beer is all we needed. Back under way.
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Lol good to hear

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And the Aha was?

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And the Aha was?
X2, am getting ready to do this and don't want to hit a speedbump. While thinking about separating the line at the fuel filter, the hard line didn't seem like they wanted to come off...

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Mine weren't that difficult either. But if you have issues loop a towel around the bolt and then hit the bolt with a little PB blaster. I don't know that it would hurt anything and might make breaking them loose a little easier....

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I took both lines loose from the fuel bowl first. no twisting at all. is there a way to wedge a screwdriver in so the fuel line cannot twist with the bolt? as it twists put the screwdriver, or other device, in it's path so it can't move anymore. worth a shot?
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You don't have to take the Banjo bolts out to take the manifold off. Just take them off the filter can and remove the oil and filter cans.
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