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      02-21-2012, 01:43 PM   #47
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Drives: 2009 335D
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Originally Posted by ENINTY View Post
I just removed the two banjo bolts on the steering rack, and let the hoses drain. Then I opened up the line that runs over to the right side of the rack by removing the flair nut and pulling the line out. I then just flushed the rest of the oil out using low pressure shop air in the oriface the line was in. I reassembled the line, flipped the crush washers over, retightened the banjo bolts, and refilled and bled the system. Not rocket science. Not sure how you get a torque wrench on the banjo bolt heads to torque them down. Just don't be an ape with it and stop tightening when the bolt stops.
There you go. Not rocket science. Don't use a torque wrench. Torque specs are just for show.

Anyway, it's just my recommendation to use a torque wrench. Flipping washers didn't work for me.

P.S. I'm an ape.