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Question Disconnecting oil line from rail help.

Hello again thanks everyone for the tips and links , You are an invalueable resorce. I'm changing #7 injector and I've removed the inner fender and the side of the heater box, with the valve cover off I'm not sure how to get the oil line off the rail and not wanting to tear it up so I'm asking for help. Thanks Raffter.
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What year?

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You have to remove the socket head bolt on the rail that is directly above the oil tube. Its not actually a bolt, but the piece that the top of the tube connects to. Once its out the tube will come up with it and can be seperated. Sorry, i kinda suck at explaining things lol. Once you remove it, you will understand.

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2004 6.0 f350 drw the icp is not on the right valve cover thanks.
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Ok you mean unscrew the fitting the coupler snaps onto, on the rail. right? Or what you called the tube.
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yeah, the fitting that oil tube connects to

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Ah ha I see thanks
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do you have a 4.5" grinder? use the spanner wrench that it came with and wedge it under the rubber cover that is on the fitting. push down on the wrench and it should pop up. it is just like an airline fitting. it worked on my 03. i think the opening on the wrench is 9/16 or 5/8.

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Oh yeah you don't need to remove the inner fender or the heater box.
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