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Old 04-15-2015, 09:00 AM
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Hey guys I'm pretty sure .y manifold has a slight leak in it I'm getting a small tick ots enough to annoy me, however I just put a tuner on it the other day, are they going to GI've me an issue about warranting it it has been a problem for awhile.
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The exhaust manifolds on these trucks are known to warp and break manifold studs, which is the most likely cause of your noise. My suggestion is to remove the manifolds, have them machined flat, and replace the gaskets and bolts.
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