There are many different types of exhaust pipes all with different reliabilities. The best type would be stainless steal exhaust pipes which do not rust and therefore last the longest. They are however the most expensive.
There are 4 total - 2 pre-catlytic convertor and 2 post. In the exhaust pipes coming off the manifolds - just follow the exhaust pipes and you'll find them..
In the exhaust pipes under the truck. In the exhaust pipes under the truck.
It collects the exhaust gasses and directs them to the pipes.
You can drill a hole in anything as long as you have a strong enough drill bit and drill. But why would you want to drill holes in your exhaust? The exhaust piping is there to route exhaust gases away from underneath the car so they don't pool up underneath your car and seep into the cabin and cause a variety of health problems.
Yes they do
yes, if the trans fluid is hitting the exhaust, but not out of the pipes coming from the outside of the pipes.
There is 4 on that year and you will find them screewed into the exhaust system/pipes start up at the engine on both sides were the exhaust pipes bolt to the exhaust manifolds and work your way back to the muffler and you will find all 4 of them. They are about 3 to 4 inches long and have an electric wire coming out of each one.
Your exhaust lines up with exhaust pipes ,your intake lines up with your intake runners.
Start up by the engine were the exhaust pipes hook to the engine and work your way back to the muffler and you will find 4 of them screewed into the exhaust pipes. They are about 4 inches long with an electric wire hooked to them.
the exhaust pipes
All O2 sensors are screwed into the exhaust system. Follow the exhaust pipes from the engine rearward and you will find them all.
There is 4 of them on that truck. They are about 3 to 4 inches long and they have an electric wire coming out of the end of them. You will find them screwed into the exhaust system/pipes. Start up were the exhaust pipes bolt to the engine and work your way back to the muffler and you will find all 4 of them.
There are many places that you may want to search for replacement exhaust pipes for an Audi TT. Some places you may want to try include shops such as Parts Source and your local garage.
It is screewed into the exhaust pipe / pipes. Start up at the engine where the exhaust pipes bolt to the engine and work your way down the pipes towards the muffler and you will see it.
Change your exhaust pipes.
There's 4 on that truck, There about 3 to 4 inches long with an electric wire in the end of them. They are screewed into the exhaust pipe/ pipes. start up at the engine were the pipes hook to the exhaust manifolds and work your way towards the muffler and you will find them.
Radiators do not have exhaust.
In the exhaust pipes attached to the exhaust headers.
Yes! Then you would have triple exhaust.
Screwed into the exhaust pipes