Question about Volkswagen Beetle
Need suggestions for removing the tail pipes from the muffler. The tail pipe clamps were easily removed. However, the tail pipes themselves appear to be seized. Thanks.
Heat the area by the muffler with a torch. Try not to heat the tail pipes themselves. Then take a pair of channel locks and wiggle them out.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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