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Old 10-23-2012, 05:59 PM
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Broken Exhaust Manifold Bolt

I have had a squealing noise coming from my engine that i couldn't figure out. I broke down and took it to Ford this afternoon and it turns out to be from a leak on the manifold from a broken bolt. Ford quoted me about $1200 to fix it because they have to pull the cab. I was wondering if there is a way to get the bolt out and replace it without removing the cab.
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I have squeeling noise that i haven't been able to pinpoint. And I to have a broken manifold bolt on drivers side rear. Can someone chime in and tell us if that will cause squeeling. Also best way to fix if so.
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:46 AM
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Is there soot around it? Me and the ford tech diagnosed it as coming from there. Sorry if that was unclear in my original post.

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its not fun to replace even with the cab off
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6.4s come with exhaust manifold gaskets that will act like a reed when exhaust leaks past them. Remember the exhaust pressure is pretty high in a 6.4. Two turbos and a lot of EGR flow dictate that.

it doesn't get any harder than 6.4 manifolds. I haven't done a set for a while but I have pulled cabs in the past for these. I have also had to pull the heads and set them on the bench to extract the studs.
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