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Old 06-06-2013, 06:40 AM
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Possible Exhaust Fix

When driving home the other night an exhaust leak started suddenly while on the highway. I can feel where the air is coming from. It is the pipe that connects the drivers side manifold to the turbo. There is a small silver tube/pipe that comes into that exhaust pipe as well. It is leaking right around where the small silver pipe comes in. I still have most of my boost but only make around 18 lbs now according to the stock gauge versus the 25 I made before.

The real question is does the cab have to come off to fix this? Can I use some high temp JB weld and see if that holds? What do you guys recommend?

Thanks,

Rich
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Old 06-06-2013, 10:29 AM
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That is the up pipe and the silver tube is the back pressure sensor tube. It is possible cab on but most remove the cab to replace it. You can get a heavy duty up pipe from rudy's diesel or dark horse diesel to replace the factory up pipe.
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Old 06-06-2013, 10:30 AM
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Or maybe this will work for you.

My 6.4 EBP sensor relocation
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MIGHTY PUDDY!!!!
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MIGHTY PUDDY!!!!
Pat, don't be an idiot, that stuff doesn't work. You need this
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Old 06-06-2013, 11:04 AM
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Pat, don't be an idiot, that stuff doesn't work. You need this
oh how could i be so damn stupid i used that to make my screen door boat last month
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ive been gearing up to do this as well. Only im going to relocate it like the b. adams did
just trying to figure out how to get my hands to undo the top two bolts
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