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Please mention your requirement of the muffler system.

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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excesive "short trips" cause's condinsation to buildup inside the muffler not giving the exaust system a chance to expell or burn off the condensation inside the exaust system take it out on the freeway or a road that will let you go 50MPH or better to get the exaust system a chance to get up to operating tempatures and to push out the water from the muffler and burn off the rest

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NEED TO TAKE VECHICLE TO MUFFLER SHOP LET THEM FIX RUST PIPE WITH A NEW PIPE.LET MUFFLER SHOP FIX BECAUSE THEY CAN WELD JOINT SEAL BOTH NEW EXHAUST PIPE AND NEW MUFFLER SO YOU WONT GET CARBON MONOXIDE POISON LET MUFFLER SHOP CHECK ALL THE EXHAUST SYSTEM BECAUSE THE WHOLE SYSTEM COULD BE RUSTED DROP DOWN WHILE DRIVING YOU PROBABLY NEED NEW EXHAUST PIPE HANGERS.

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