Try not to loose any of the copper crush washers for the banjo bolts. They are small, and easy to drop.
While small hands do help, I have absolutely monsterous hands and I've been able to get em out just fine. Taking it out is the easy part... getting them back in is the tricky part. I hate snaking the turbo through all of the lines. Also, when tightening the banjo bolts, be very careful not to over tighten them as they will snap VERY easily due to being hollow. Just a warning.So I think I'm looking at the oil feed and coolant feed lines. They are in a pretty tight spot so I see why small hands help lol. Well, I can't get a socket on them, so what did you guys use? I can fit a box end, but I'm afraid it may round off.
I had to find some that were american and too small and dremel them out in the center so that they would work. You can only do this for a couple of them (I forget which ones, but I'm pretty sure it was the coolant lines), the others, you need to order from eeuro. I have absolutely no luck finding crush washers for the metric banjo bolts we have.Well at least this is sorta on topic..
Does anyone know what size the copper washers are? I want to replace all of them and just need to know the size so I can go to Lowes or Home Depot...Any ideas?
whoooaaaa!!!While small hands do help, I have absolutely monsterous hands and I've been able to get em out just fine. ...
Never had such luck... I tried every parts store in town (including AutoZone, VIP, Bond, Sanel's, A&M, and NAPA). All with no luck.When I needed copper washers, I went to autozone and sized up some banjo fuel line washers that worked perfectly.