Question about 2005 Volkswagen Golf 1.6
My mechanic told me that there is a leak in my exhaust pipe, that it's not threatening the functionality of the car, but is adding to the noise and inefficiency of the car. How important is it to fix this, and can I do it myself? If so, how?
Easy: buy or borrow a thermal camera. Start the car, point the camera at the suspect area. the exhaust leak will be obvious. More difficult: check for obvious holes or cracks or loud noise in exhaust system. Easiest of all: take car to a muffler shop, they will shoot you an estimate, maybe for free.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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