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Old 01-20-2014, 12:20 PM   #15
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I hope you checked all the wires, rodents like to chew on wires. They perfer chevys over fords, don' t know why?
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Old 02-06-2014, 11:01 AM   #16
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I've just gt everything back together, I had to wait as I ordered a new gasket to replace the one the mouse chewed. A few questions, first the 2 bolts that holds the heat shield in place are not reused and second when I put the bolts back on I didn't do it in the right sequence I didn't realize I had the paper upsidedown, will this have an affect on anything I did get them to the proper torque and I didn't tighten any of them significantly more than the other can I leave it the way it is or should I take it apart and real seal and retighten it properly? Also I left the valves the way they were I didn't want to cause more problems with junk in the cylinders
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Old 02-07-2014, 04:48 AM   #17
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As long as you followed the sequeance you will be fine upside down or not. The idea was to tighten I believe from the inside bolts out. spreading the tightness evenly. Be sure to come back in a week (WHEN COLD) and check the torque again. 18 Ft Lbs.

As for the heat shield bolts, I am not sure which ones those are? Pictures? Sorry I can't help further on that one yet.
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Old 02-08-2014, 10:30 PM   #18
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rtcat600man you totally made my day! I have the 1LE separator as well, but thus far I've basically had to disconnect the hose to remove it to put oil in... less than ideal. Not to mention, the more direct way I routed the hose seems to have been putting some sideways pressure on the oil fill o-ring.

I now see how that hose should be routed, GENIUS MAN!

Sorry to jump in like this but that man deserves some credit there!
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Old 02-09-2014, 02:24 AM   #19
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rtcat600man you totally made my day! I have the 1LE separator as well, but thus far I've basically had to disconnect the hose to remove it to put oil in... less than ideal. Not to mention, the more direct way I routed the hose seems to have been putting some sideways pressure on the oil fill o-ring.

I now see how that hose should be routed, GENIUS MAN!

Sorry to jump in like this but that man deserves some credit there!
Glad to know I helped out.............
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