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Ok, was under the hood of my 02 checking fluids and all that good stuff when i started to look real good at my stock turbo. I noticed some oil build up around the area where the oil lines connect. Is this common or might i have an up coming problem? Will post some pics to try and better explain what im seeing. Thanks again
 

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Anyone?????
 

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Looks like the banjo fitting is leaking on the oil feed line.
 

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how would one fix that? bc the bolt is tight? Is there copper crush washers that might need to be replaced?
 

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There should be.
 

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Ok thanks, will take another look when the rain stops. Hope that's all it is.
 

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where might i be able to pick one up, local napa maybe?
 

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Kinda figured you were going to say the stealership. Maybe someone else might know of someplace better. Thanks for the reply though, any idea what the price might be?
 

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I would check local part stores. I just picked up some from napa for my fuel pump on my tractor but its also tractor parts not duramax parts.
 

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My dealer sells them for like $1 a piece and usually has them in stock.
 
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