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Old 01-28-2007, 06:21 PM
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Ok, greddy normal oil return (non tapped pan) Where the hell is this suppose to hook up to?, i know its on the pass side of the engine block- does anyone have picture of this, or a good description, thanks,. i beleive the hose i have is 3 foot long, and 1/4, or 1/2 inch wide, will it just hook right into it?


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look directly to the right of your oil filter. there is probably a really dirty plastic/rubber nipple there. look carefully sometimes hard to see it. there is a clamp on it. you have to remove the clap with some pliers or something and stick the oil return onto it, makre sure u have it going downhill from your turbo to the return and it doesn't have any nasty bends in it.
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Guess I'll just humbly throw this in here, not that you have not heard it already.

Why are you not tapping the pan? Although the non-tap method will work, I think there is enough evidence to support that tapping is the more efficient method of oil drain.
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