Good start to the project!
Just be careful with that because you can deform the clamp so it isn't reusable. Probably not a big deal since you can always get another from the dealership.Loosen the clamp all the way, even remove that "t" bolt. Get a regular screwdriver, insert the blade into the clamp and whack the end of it with a hammer.
Defnitely post up the part number to the fuel line. I did the exact same thing to mine for the passenger side. I had to drive it out of necessity, and all seems to be fine, but I still want to replace. Without going and sitting next to the parts guy, I have not been able to determine what the part number is, best description was Mike at Tousley who said it is called a fuel tube (not line), but I didn't get a number and they had none in stock.Pics are great, having a picture of how it works to hold the pieces together gives me a better idea of what has to happen to get those same pieces apart. All of it is all easier to understand when it's apart. :nod: I'll be back at it on Thursday and I'm confident I'll get the turbo out. After that the intake comes out and the heart is exposed! :woot:
On a side note I'm now looking for all the info I can get on the glow plug harness and o-rings and will also be searching for the part number for the fuel line I kinked.
As long as it's slow, being at work is a good thing, I can get my research done and not be want to be outside working on the truck. :hehe: