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post #15 of Old 04-19-2009
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BTW, over-tightening banjo bolts is a common cause of air leaks into a fuel system... so replacing the banjo bolt compression washers can often fix it...if you don't over tighten them..
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Bleed at the banjo bolt on top of the injector. Open the bolt a little and pump. If you see foam you have air. When you pump and see just fuel the air is gone. You can also bleed at the top of secondary filter. The little bolt right on top.

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