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6.4L Banjo Bolts Location and Torque Spec

Im in the progress of replacing my oil cooler and also bought the 6.4L banjo bolts. My question is where are they located. I cant find any pics or write ups on the subject. Also looks like Tousley Ford sent me 4 black washers. Im guessing these are for the banjo bolts, yet they are in a separate bag. Whats the torque spec on these bolts?
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Look at the front of the heads and you will see them. If I had a pic from when I did mine, I would post it for ya.

The torque spec is 25lbs for the metal washers, which should be what you have, and 35lbs for the plastic type ones. I am sure someone will correct me if I am wrong.


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I'm guessing that you didn't lose nearly as much as it appeared. Spills are like that. The last beer that I spilled was like a million ounces.
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The front of the heads, as in up by the belt system on top of the intake manifold right? I think my washers are plastic.
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Here you go....


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Here you go... The bolts have green markings on the head of it. This will give the location of each and I also am including a pic of the different bolts. The original is on the right and you can see the crap inside it as well as the smaller holes on the outside. The new banjo bolts have 4 holes instead of two and are larger. Part number is there as well.....

New banjo bolts


New and old. old on the right



psg side head. Banjo bolt is the bolt head where the fuel line ends at the head (green marking on the bolt head)


Driver's side head. It is back in there and a pain to.

I got that from this thread which will have all the info you might need.... Banjo bolts

As for the washers you have, I thought the same thing when I got mine, but take them out of the package and you will see they are actually metal. Unless Tousley sent you different ones than what they sent me.


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Awesome, thanks so much for the pics. It makes life so much easier. Ill check the washers when I get home and if they are metal like you say then I will torque them to 25lbs.
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No problem at all.


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Pro Comp leveling kit, 05-07 HD headlights w/ 6k HIDs, Auto Meter gauges, ScanGaugeII, Sinister coolant filter, Blue spring, 6.4 banjo bolts, BPD FICM, BPD billet water pump, BPD VK688 oil cooler kit, S&B CAI, MTW stage 2, Straight piped w/ 6" single mitre stack, SCT w/ Hybrid Panty Dropper from Chris @ TSD, Fumoto block drain valves, ELC, High idle mod

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