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Exhaust leak, Exhaust through heater/a.c.

Gotta exhaust leak under hood.Ya'll know of any common leaks around the turbo. I have been looking but have had no luck as of yet. Can only smell it through A.C. vents when not moving. Soon as I take off smell goes away. Any trick ya'll know of to find leaks? Tried soapy water but as soon as exhaust gets hot it dont work to good. Thanks for any help. Ryan

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V-band clamp on the rear if the turbo. Same for the EGR.
Cracked/loose up-pipes.

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