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catalac

Carpet getting soaked while surfing leaky tanks? 22vlx

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catalac

When surfing I seem to have a leak that will soak my drivers and center carpet in a few hours, might pull the front panel off under cushions to see if I have a visable leak. Anyone have the same issues fixed? Tank always says 100% full, also auto bilge kicks on every 20 minutes of surfing or so so must have some other odd leak.

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bcf2003

Do you have a heater?

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grandude

Sounds like either a heater or Bow ballast tank.. Fill the tank then remove the carpeted panel in the walk through to observe the tank fittings.

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BlackBluMalibu

If it were heater, it would be hot water. most likely the front ballast fittings. As Grandude says, check front tank. I have found that once the tanks have been filled, if they leak down, they indicators will not change unless you shut off the boat power button and then turn back on. If it has been leaking, the indicator will show it then. Maybe a flaw in my system, but that is how mine works. Best if luck, safe and happy boating!

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obski

I would be looking at the heater core.

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catalac

Found the issue seems installer drilled a hole through the fill pipe when tapping for inspection cover, starting to have my doubts about Malibu qc, been way to many issues for what this boat cost.

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