Question about Generac Guardian Ultra Source 15,000 Watt Portable Generator #04582

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I am trying to find the exhaust manifold or whatever the pipe is that comes out of the generator and connects to the muffler tube, I have a generac np50g, any ideas where i can find it?

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  • aaron dodson Sep 17, 2011

    I am looking to replace this part, I think its leaking, or at least sounds like it, any ideas where i can find a replacement part?

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WHEN THE ENGINE IS COLD put your hand on the muffler. Where the exhaust comes out is the rear of the muffler. Now go to the front of the muffler. The pipe that goes in is the one you are looking for. Keep following that pipe along until it joins the body of the motor, and you have found what you are looking for. Please rate this answer.

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