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Old 12-02-2011, 09:08 AM
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06 Quigley Remote Oil Filter Lines

Can anyone tell me which is the feed and which is the return line on an 06 E350 6.0stock remote oil filter housing?
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Do you mean the transmission filter? There is no remote engine oil filter.
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Do you mean the transmission filter? There is no remote engine oil filter.
On the e-series vans the oil filters on the 6.o are located on the drivers side, ahead of the tranny filter, trying to figure which hard line is feed and return.
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Old 12-02-2011, 11:39 AM
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Really? Sounds like an easy mod for compound turbo setups, surprised nobody has done that yet.
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Really? Sounds like an easy mod for compound turbo setups, surprised nobody has done that yet.
This is true, I'm actually in the midst of doing a remote oil cooler and I'm going to tie into where these lines exit the oil cooler housing or maybe right into them if they are of the correct size, won't know till I dig a little deeper.
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quick way to find out. remove the filter housing and crank it over
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quick way to find out. remove the filter housing and crank it over
Good idea, but sounds messy, can I pull something so she won't fire, like pulling the coil wire on a gasser. I was hoping someone was hiding a diagram showing flow. There's gotta be something out there.
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On page 34 of the 2004 6.0L Updated Coffee Table Book it shows E series oil
filter & identifies lines.


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pull the grey relay from the fuse block. thats the ficm relay
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On page 34 of the 2004 6.0L Updated Coffee Table Book it shows E series oil
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Is 04 and 06 the same? Can you possibly post that, I do't have the manual.
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pull the grey relay from the fuse block. thats the ficm relay
The relays under the hood?
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yes it is.
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Is 04 and 06 the same? Can you possibly post that, I do't have the manual.

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/8...nuals-pdf.html


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mtnextreme it is kind of off topic, but if you get a chance post a pic of your Quigley. I am going to find me a nice one and am always looking for ideas on the look that I want.
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mtnextreme it is kind of off topic, but if you get a chance post a pic of your Quigley. I am going to find me a nice one and am always looking for ideas on the look that I want.
It's on the lift right now,so subscribe my thread on me doing a DIY remote oil cooler, I'm gonna post pics as i go along.
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