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Old 09-26-2010, 08:18 PM
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Remove threaded stud from stock H22 Fuel Rail?

Hello,

I'm trying to replace my stock h22 fuel rail with a spare one that I have. The only issue is that I cannot remove the threaded bolt that sticks out where the main fuel line connects to (see picture).



I need to remove this because my B&G fuel pressure gauge sits on top of that, which bolts into that hole.

Things I've tried:
-Inserted allen key into the hole of the bolt and turned it counter-clockwise (started bending the key)
-Sprayed lubricant oil on the bolt and tried loosening it with a table-mounted vise, which started slipping on the thread of the bolt

Any ideas?

Thanks,
Kevin

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Re: Remove OEM H22 Fuel Rail main line bolt?

picture ?? dont really understand what u mean . pic would help . usually just a nut there ...
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Re: Remove OEM H22 Fuel Rail main line bolt?

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picture ?? dont really understand what u mean . pic would help . usually just a nut there ...
If you look at the pic above where I marked with a red box, there's a threaded stud coming out of the fuel rail. I need to remove that stud from the fuel rail since my B&G fuel pressure gauge is supposed to go in there.
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Re: Remove OEM H22 Fuel Rail main line bolt?

can ya get another bolt?
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Re: Remove OEM H22 Fuel Rail main line bolt?

that threaded bolt doesn't come out its were you put the banjo in line from gas filter ,your missing the cap nut with the pressure washers.
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