Do you have a modern car equipped with a computer? Somtimes if a car is welded on and the - battery cable isn't disconnected, it can damage sensitive computer components. This could be a very costly and difficult thing to diagnose and repair. Chris
Could be bad muffler bearings.
The muffler is most likely clogged and will not allow the exhaust gases to exit the combustion chamber. Check the muffler for obstructions or replace the muffler.
The muffler is probably worn out and should be replaced.
The car might not start. If it does start, the banana might shoot out the tailpipe. If it is up in the muffler, it might smoke or burn.
No a bad muffler shouldn't, but a clogged catalytic converter will.
Maybe Its The Muffler or the pistons hitting the engine
You have installed the project igi game and afterwareds when you start the game it is showing a fatal error that could not set cooperative level for keyboard?
start with your head A muffler with holes in it would sound like a muffler with holes in it, terrible. Drilling holes in the muffler would increase the chance of getting exhaust fumes in the vehicle which is a bad thing.
yes you could you could even start before that some people start at 4.
You could start by cutting off your muffler and replacing it with a piece of pipe that you can buy at AutoZone, if it's still not loud enough, replace your catalytic converters the same way as the mufflers, but depending on the year, be prepared to dump alot of fuel and check engine lights if you replace the cat's. Just getting rid of the muffler won't hurt it at all. If it's before 1996, you shouldn't have a problem what so ever with muffler or cat's.
System could have a humidistat installed...
The rattle might be a loose heat shield but the loud exhaust can only be a hole somewhere. start at the manifold an work your way back listening and feeling for leaks.
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Need to know the year. Some had 2, some had 4, Just start looking at the intire exhaust system / pipes. Start at the engine and work your way back to the muffler and count them. There will not be any after the muffler.
Assuming it started before the starter was replaced, the starter and/or starter wiring are not installed correctly.
They are screewed into the exhaust system / Pipes. Start were the exhaust bolts up to the engine and work your way back to the muffler and you will find THEM. There could be up to 4 oxygen sensers on yours. There about 3 to 4 inches long and have an electric wire pluged to the ends of them. There will not be any after the muffler.
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Start the engine. Most of the water will be blown out and what is left will evaporate from the heat.
You need to be more specific about your problem. If it fails to crank, it could be it is not installed properly. Shims may be needed to make sure it engages the fly wheel gears properly.If it cranks, but does not start, then there are many electrical problems that could cause this. This begs the question, did it run OK before replacing the starter?
depends on amount of smoke and when it happens On a cold start it could just be condensation If this happens after vehicle has been run for a while is at normal operating temperature could be head gasket
The 02 sensors are screewed into the exhaust system. Start up by the engine exhaust manifolds and work your way back to the muffler and you will see them. There will not be any after the muffler. That truck should have 4 of them.
Sounds like you have a weak spark or a fouled plug that is not burning the fuel completely and the fuel is escaping into the muffler via the exhaust valve. This could be dangerous (heat + fuel = danger). Check the spark plug, the spark plug wire, etc for a good spark - the contacts on the magneto could be dirty or rusty too. Another reason could be a stuck fuel float in the carburetor - you will have to remove the carburetor to check.