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2004 carver 366 exhaust leak

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  1. Darel

    Darel New Member

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    I have an exhaust leak has anyone else had this issue? The majority of the exhaust is coming
    from the rear bedroom
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  3. Darel

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    sorry It's a 2004 carver 366 motor yacht with twin 350s
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  5. NYCAP123

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    Cheapest and easiest, make sure the aft window seals securely. Next it's time to go into the bilge. fire up, look and sniff or better still use a sniffer.
  6. Darel

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    I have used a sniffer and the biggest concentration is under the bed
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    With motors off go back under the bed with the sniffer. Turn on the Stbd motor and start sniffing. If nothing, shut and repeat with port, but I think you'll find it along the stbd exhaust. Needless to say nobody in the cabin with motors running till you find the source and fix it. Co kills lots of boaters.