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How to remove 1988 honda accord exhaust system????

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You will always want to make sure the exhaust system is cooled down. some simple guidelines are to start from the back and work your way forward. use some type of penetrating oil (WD-40, etc...) on the fasteners to make the removal easier. make sure you use new hangers, clamps and gaskets when installing your new exhaust. use anti seize compound on the threads, and make sure you get proper clearance to keep from damaging the interior due to overheating. Best of Luck!

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