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I have a exhaust leak on the pasanger side

I've replaced the exhaust gaskets and the doughnuts and yet it still makes a loud puff puff sound

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With the engine cold, start and have your helper hold a bunched up rag over the exhaust pipe. You will spot the leak in seconds! Frankster016

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