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Noticed onmy oil feed pipe on my 1.6hdi that the pipe moves in and out and it's seeping a little smidge of oil is there anything I can do in situ

Have just removed the dpf so don't want to do it again :(



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Yes, saw the same on my wife's 206. Just checked my year old 308 and that pipe wobbles too so that's the way they make them.
 

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thanks i pushed it in and it doesnt seem to be leaking anymore so thats a bonus as didnt fancy dpf off again lol
 

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They are made that way and are supposed to seal under the pressure of the oil but they do sometimes leak a little
 

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Bump.

Is this the banjo bolt that probably has the filter within that many talk about removing?
 

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No filter in there it’s just the banjo and 2 copper washes, presuming the oil pump filter, filters it.
 

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Hi...I've found a description here for the location...Ive never done one but have read about the strainer before but cant find it on this forum...perhaps im not looking hard enough...
 

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Hi...I've found a description here for the location...Ive never done one but have read about the strainer before but cant find it on this forum...perhaps im not looking hard enough...
The filter is in the bottom of the banjo pipe this is normally behind the dpf which is a pain


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The filter is in the bottom of the banjo pipe this is normally behind the dpf which is a pain


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Thanks Monty, somehow I didn't think it would be in an easily accessible location! Can it be reached from laying underneath? Or still more stuff needs removing?
Anyone got any pics?
 

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The front part of the exhaust needs to come off which can be a bit of pain it you can take the whole dpf in go but The pressure pipes and heat covers need to come off


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The pipe change is easy but the exhaust has been removed on that video

If the filter was in the top banjo you will be laughing but unfortunately it’s in the bottom one lol


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The pipe change is easy but the exhaust has been removed on that video

If the filter was in the top banjo you will be laughing but unfortunately it’s in the bottom one lol


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Quite!:rolleyes::unsure:
 

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A not so good one from ebay, it's VMware too.
The electrics are poor and black and white.
I saw Haynes do their manual for £4.99 or something for 5 or 7 days :)
 

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Lol thanks John! I got dirty lots with Haynes years back but just hoped something better might be out now......refitting is reversal of removal & all that :ROFLMAO:
 
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