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How do I re-connect my tail pipes back to my catylatic converter. I had a freind to check and see if the catylatic converter was working properly and he wasunable to finish putting it back together. Is there a diagram of sorts?

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  • Tyrone Chatman Feb 13, 2010

    Thanks, I found out once I got under the vehicle

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Hello if you go to an auto parts store they would be able to show you in there book how it goes back together .

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