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Hissing noise out my exhaust pipe when my 99 f350 first starts up

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This is common with aftermarket diesel exhaust systems, it's the Exhaust Back Pressure Valve which will stay closed for a few seconds on a cold startup, it should go away after a few seconds, and shouldn't be a problem.

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SOURCE: ford f350 problem see details for summary thanks

Stick in key to "on" position, right before starting the car
Leave it in for about 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, than start it up to reset your system.

I was wondering if you had changed the battery or had problems with a security system lately?
When you change a battery or have security system problems, this usually has the same effect as you are having with your truck

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SOURCE: 99 nissan sentra exhaust

It is best to weld this back in place, sometimes you'll nedd an extra piece of pipe to correct this problem

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