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Muffler problems does the muffler have anything to do with a safty inspection? i tried to get it inspected and the guy came out and said get it fixed first.

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The muffler issue is all about the decible levels for the area that you're in. They just want to make sure that it's not considered to be too loud.

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    Lee Quiroz Sep 01, 2008

    The answer to your question would be yes.

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