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exhaust system,

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by lovemyexplorer19, February 8, 2015.

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  1. lovemyexplorer19

    lovemyexplorer19 New Member

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    Hey guys..
    I 've been sayin that I had a small exhaust leak it, it sounded more like a "flutter" cause the compression was finding this "leak".no one else could hear it &Thought I was nuts,had to go outta town last week for 2-days, 502 miles one way.About 150 into it, I found out I now have one for sure. It's coming from the back of the passenger side of the engine between the frame
    and the manifold, no power,mileage decreasing.
     
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  3. ZWilson07

    ZWilson07 Elite Cowboy

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    Well hope you get it fixed soon. Exhaust leaks can be a pain especially when they become actual vacuum leaks or throw off O2 sensors.
     






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