A lot depends on where you are located and what parts of the system need to be replaced. The best approach is to go to 2 or 3 exhaust specialists and get written quotes. Make sure they all agree on what needs to be done. It is very unlikely you need the WHOLE system replaced. I have a '96 Pathfinder with 64,000 miles & have not had to replace anything yet. Most likely you need the rear expansion box replaced.
I had to replace mine recently (a '96, similar to the '98), as it was falling apart all over. It cost about $800 CAN for the parts & labour. Apparently, the exhaust is welded and so needs to be completely replaced. The new exhaust (non-Nissan) is now modular and can be replaced on an as needed basis.
I have a '98 and replaced mine about 3 years ago, and had 3 quotes ranging from $600-$800 USD. It sucked, but according to Consumer Reports, the exhaust system is the Achilles heel for the Pathfinders around that year. I wish I would have sucked it up and gone with the stainless steel option they offered me (about $400 more) because here I am 3 years later and in need of another one...
Hi there! Ijust replaced my entire exhaust system on my 1998 pathfinder. It was a diy,and it took about an hour to do.My parts were ordered from Rockauto.com .Order the parts that are already welded together.The rest is basically "bolt off-bolt on". Make sure that you also the gaskets. The price from them is usually about 1/3 the price of autozone or advance auto. Good luck!
There are many places where one can get a performance exhaust system installed. One can get a performance exhaust system installed at places such as Dynomax.
The 2002 Pathfinder oxygen sensors are critical part of the engine management system. You can find the oxygen sensors in the exhaust system.
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Dual exhaust systems are systems in cars that have two mufflers and two exhaust pipes. This system is called a dual exhaust system, or a twin exhaust system. It can be installed on a vehicle after market.
Yes, if your car does not have a turbocharger installed to it.
Yes, you can. But its pointless because a glssspack is a muffler. Just have a glasspack installed. Or a full catback glasspack exhaust system installed
Could be clogged converter in the exhaust system..
You can attach a different exhaust system. A Flowmaster is a common one. You can also put a different air intake system on your vehicle as well.
The alarm system on a 94 Pathfinder should not be able to arm itself it is disconnected. You should verify that all wires are disconnected and remove the fuse to alarm system.
there should not be any fuel in the exhaust system, if there is, you have serious problems
The oxygen sensors that connect to the exhaust system. There should be two, and they should screw into the side of the exhaust.
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what is bad exhaust system?
If the emissions light turns on there is a problem with the exhaust system. The oxygen sensor, erg system and exhaust should be checked for any leaks or malfunctions.
Exhaust system brackets are used to hold the exhaust system in place
depends on the type of exhaust system you are wanting...also on your states emissions laws. If your state does not require an emission inspection on a 94 mustang, then you wont have to pay for a cat system (which can greatly increase the cost of the system). You should be able to get a decent complete exhaust system for less than $600 without the cats. If you want headers, off road pipes, performance mufflers and so on then you're looking at around $600 - $1000 (thats installed by a shop) you will save alot if you can do it yourself.
Yes, it should.
yes you should
The answer would be "No, you don't have to". If you installed exhaust headers to improve performance then you might consider if your current exhaust system compliments the headers. Headers are designed to help evacuate exhaust gases and minimize back pressure. If an engine has exhaust headers that collect into a small single muffler and pipe then the effort is somewhat defeated. BUT, if the headers are installed for the "cool factor", and there is nothing wrong with that, then go ahead and use the stock pipes or as much as you can.
The exhaust valves are the hottest component of the exhaust system of an internal combustion engine.
To be safe yes, and also to get the most from the exhaust system you should. So I'll just say yes, you do.
Yes, many generators are installed indoors. Any where that requires standby power have the generators in a room especially designed too accommodate them. Hospitals, sewage treatment plants water treatment plants to name a few all have generator backup. The major consideration when generators are installed indoors is that they have the proper ventilation. A full free controlled flow of outside air for cooling and combustion purposes is a must. The most important aspect of an indoor generating system is the venting of the exhaust system to the outside of the building in which the generator is housed. This exhaust system should not be in close approximation to the incoming flow from the outside cooling air. This is to prevent carbon dioxide from the engine's exhaust being drawn back into the building.
There may be a hole in your exhaust system causing fumes to leak into the car. This can be dangerous and should be fixed immediately.?æ
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