Question about 2005 Chrysler 300C Base
I have an exhaust leak right behind the expansion joint? The pipe that comes out of that joint is still attached and in decent shape but the seal or whatever was there before has come off leaving me with a cool sounding but unwanted rumble. Any ideas on how to fix this without replacing the whole pipe?
If what you say is correct about ware the leak is then its likely the gasket at the back of the cat witch isn't expensive or that hard to replace .
This vehicle is a 2005 witch leads me to belive that the exhuast system must be moveing not mounted correctly something missing or rusted off in the rear of the system .
Look at it and if in question do everything from the cat back its 10 years old and if you got 10 years you did good .
You can mess with it but you will have to replace it sooner rather then later .
Posted on Apr 23, 2015
Testimonial: "What parts do I buy to fix this? I agree, the rest of the system will no doubt need to be re-done in the near future.. But if I wanted to "bandaid" this for now, would i buy an expansion joint and band clamps?"
If your handy with a welder you can piece in a section of same diameter pipe or i.d. over o.d. and clamp it recommend band clamps they are like 4 inches wide and have a better seal capability
Posted on Apr 22, 2015
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