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Old 10-13-2013, 09:39 AM
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Exhaust manifold leak

Ugh. I've been hearing this whistling sound and being new to diesels always thought it was just the turbo. But recently I've been getting a whiff of exhaust in the cab on first start. I thought maybe I hadn't mated up the down pipe with the turbo very well when I installed the 4" exhaust so I checked that and it's nice and clean. Then I checked the up-pipe bellows and connections and those are clean as well. But then I see this on the passenger side exhaust manifold:



It must not be affecting boost to much because I can hit 27psi.

I have a Zurich extended warranty but also have a 4" turbo back exhaust that I added after I purchased the truck. Do you think they'll give me a hard time about fixing it? Or am I stuck fixing this myself? And if I have to fix it myself how hard is it to do?

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Shawn
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Old 10-13-2013, 09:45 AM
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If you're going to do it do it right. Get new manifolds, bolts, collars and add gaskets. They don't come with gaskets from the factory but they are needed for a leak free connection.

The manifolds are not extremely difficult to access. For the passanger side you will need to remove the inner fenderwell. The front 2 bolts near the A/C compressor can be tricky but not impossible. All the drivers side manifold bolts can be accessed from underneath and removing the inner fenderwell doesn't really help.
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