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My car is loud under my hood almost sounds like my exaust


Sounds like a potential exhaust leak due to a hole in the exhaust system. Perhaps somewhere in the pipe, perhaps in the catylitic converter. Gonna have to get in there & look for it. they sell exhaust patch kits, but that's really just a temporary fix. Eventually, That piece of the exhaust system will need to be replaced.

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Most probably the EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation system) is full of gunk, generated by the exhaust gas and breeder fumes and needs to be cleaned. Though it might be some other system that triggers this error. You could do the following to see if it can be remedied.
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If your previous turbo had leaked oil into the exhaust system there would still be oil residue left in the system. (1) The catalytic converter/converters would need to be replaced if you have one plus any O2 sensors. (2) If your muffler/mufflers are a glass packed type, replace it with a new one. If muffler is a chamber type you can clean it with a solvent or replace your call. The muffler/mufflers are were most of the oil will be pooling. (3) Clean as much of the exhaust as you can with the solvent that you used to flush the mufflers with.

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What are some of the factors I need to consider when buying an aftermarket exhaust system.


There is always a danger in tuning an engine without the right expertise behind it.The first thing you need to consider when replacing a motorcycle exhaust system is its design. It has to fit and attach to your motorcycle properly and easily. It is not supposed to exceed the capabilities of the previous stock exhaust system. The aftermarket system should also suit the bike's physical and technical specifications. If you need any more advice you can visit Motorcycle Exhausts and talk to the experts.

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I have a 1997 chev cavalier, and as I was driving I heard a dragging noise, I looked under my car and the tube from the exhaust that connects to the muffler is off, what will i need to fix this, my brother...


Take your car to a muffler shop and ask them if it's possible to reweld the exhaust pipe to the muffler. If the exhaust has rusted too thin, they wont be able to weld it safely, at that point you will have to replace the entire system unfortunately. Exhaust systems comes in sections, so ask them if its possible for them to replace the exhaust from the catalytic converter back only. It should be cheaper if they can do that. Good luck!

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I would say no. Is it just a slip on? Or was it clamped,? welded? How did it fall off? Even if the guts came flying out the end, they can be put back in. My exhaust system is just pressed together, I can pull it apart and rewrap the fiberglass and won't hurt a thing. Some exhausts are held together by a spring. Check it out. Hope this helps.

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Exhaust smell at any speed on my harley davidson road king classic, exhaust system was checked and no apparent leaks


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Told have to replace exhaust system and catalytic converter.


I have NEVER heard of this Before! It sounds like to me that they are trying to take you to the Cleaners! I have been an ASE Certified Mechanic for 35 Years and would NEVER Replace the Exhaust unless it was an Upgrade or Totally Rusted out.

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