We have a problem in the undercarriage and are not sure what it is. a long pipe running under the car has ben torn in half and we don't know what part it is. is it the driveshaft? or something that will cost significantly less? if i had a diagram to look at i could point it out. can't drive without it nkocking on ground.
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Different states have different rules about this, call your local state office that runs the inspection program and ask them, in my state it is the Air resources board. If you just do it you may have to remove the pipes to pass smog inspection. You can never run true dual exhaust, you must retain the original catalytic converters, and on this car you have one main catalyst. You can however split the pipes out of the main catalyst and run duals that way, it will not improve performance very much but it helps.
Contact just about any salvage yard they are linked via network and can find the nearest rear clip for you. You probably won't be able to get a complete body due to title issues from them. next thing is another car dump this one.