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    Re: Changing the fuel filter

    FYI, 19 mm and 3/4" size is almost identical, so in a pinch you can use a 3/4" wrench in place of 19 mm. Tim

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    Re: Changing the fuel filter

    On the fuel filter replacement, I managed to drop the crush washer when I pulled the banjo bolt and when the filter was removed; I could not see it well . Can someone tell me in what order the crush washer goes in for the bottom and top connections? Also, is there a torque spec to this? Thank you everyone for the support.

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    Re: Changing the fuel filter

    Much to my dismay, no torque spec. If it's leaking it's too loose, if the washers disintegrate it's too tight. Should be one washer for either side of each banjo hose end (4 total)

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    Re: Changing the fuel filter

    Thank you Wrench! So on the top bolt, it would go 1. banjo > washer > fuel rail > washer > fuel filter. Essentially, the 2 washers on each side. It was strange as the aftermarket only came with 2 washers. I'm also missing one of the mounting bracket bolts!

    Thank you again!

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