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Muffler rattle had new muffler fitted now has a rattle

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Take it back to the people that installed it, and have them go back over their work. They didn't tighten everything correctly.

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Take it back to where you had it installed and tell them! You paid for it, they should fix the rattle problem.

Posted on Apr 20, 2014

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