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The brass block that the oil sender fits in and the line that feeds oil to the turbo, how do you remove it from the block?

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I got it figured out
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That fitting will come out with an open end wrench I think its like 7/8's or 1 inch. Its a PITA with the hoses in the way but it can be done. Use of a stubby open end would be helpful but I think about 5-8 turns and it should be out.

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With comments of don't break it off and Best of Luck, I know I'm in for trouble. LOL

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I regards to breaking it off in the block make sure you are firmly on the junction block and not pulling at a angle or side to side. Remember it is brass.
 

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"With comments of don't break it off and Best of Luck, I know I'm in for trouble. LOL"
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well best of luck means use a wrench....trouble means wack it with a hammer an dig the piece out of the block


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Got it out but of course Buick has discontiuned the part.
Anyone have a spare?
Will try a business that sells fittings.
 
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