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Old 06-19-2011, 04:43 PM
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F350 V10 exhaust leak

I just bought a 2002 F350 CC 4x4. It has the exhaust leak on the passenger side. From what I understand this is a common problem. What I was wondering if there is a good fix for this so it wont happen again.
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replace teh studs with bolts.
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is it a real pain to place the studs? I know there are three that are broke right now. Is it a dealer only job? I work on CNC machinery everyday so I would much rather do it myself but thought I would get some pointers from guys that have already done this.
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Install headers with copper gaskets. It is a PIA to say the least.
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There's some good reading on this down in the V10 forum. Here's a couple with some good how to steps and remediation ideas to get you started:

broken-exhaust-studs-time-to-get-at-it

yippee-finally-broke-a-manifold-stud-or-two

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is it a real pain to place the studs?
Absolutely!

But you can do it yourself.
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