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Old 28-02-2012, 04:48   #1
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Exhaust Fumes

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I am getting a massive amount of exhaust fumes in the cabin (s&s34 with 17hp Volvo ) this is my first yacht so not too sure where it can be coming from apart from the obvious holes that I can't see. I am guessing I need a new seal where it joins the engine but thought I had better ask if there was anywhere else I should check ? Not really competent with diesels yet !
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Re: Exhaust fumes

most common would be the metal tube were the salt water is mixed in off the back of the engine,next would be the lift box a bit furthur,though exhaust hose can fail as well
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