Is the exhaust system on a 89 Ford Ranger welded or bolted on?
I have an 87 Ranger and it is welded on.
Does a 1993 Chevrolet Blazer 4x4 5.7L's catalytic converter have donuts to connect to the exhaust manifold?
An intermediate exhaust pipe generally refers to the pipe that comes directly off of the manifold, and to which the catalytic converter, or mid-tail pipe section is bolted /welded too. On newer cars and trucks, the intermediate pipe sometimes has a bendable section that looks like a scaled up version of a braided tube.
No, some are held in with rivets, some are bolted, some are screwed directly into the suspension arm, and some are welded in place and are not removable. No, some are held in with rivets, some are bolted, some are screwed directly into the suspension arm, and some are welded in place and are not removable.
Are the external sun shade or sunshades found on diesel locomotives welded in place or retractable into a slot?
No part of the exhaust system can be located where the fumes could cause burning, charring, damage to the fuel supply, the wiring or any combustible section of the vehicle. The system cannot discharge exhaust below the fuel tank or fuel tank filler pipe, forward of the semi's cab or below the cab or sleeper compartment. The exhaust system must be securely fastened to the vehicle but may be installed on a hanger that allows…
The catalytic converter is usually held in place by a set of clamps located at the front and rear of the unit. These clamps tie the unit to the exhaust system. If your converter is welded to the exhaust pipes, you will need to remove the old welding and weld the new one in place, or bring it to a service station and have them do it.
A factory catalytic convertor can be mounted to the exhaust manifolds and muffler pipe through hardware fittings. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) catalytic converters will be a direct replacement and not requiring the cutting or welding of the exhaust system. In contrast, aftermarket "universal" catalytic convertors may have to be welded in or mechanically fastened on through screw-tensioned clamps.
Plastic sections are moulded into shape and set. The wires making up the cage or face mask are bent into the right positions and welded together; their anchors are also attached this way. The sections are bolted together, and padding is glued into them. Any straps are attached via buckles, which may be bolted onto the plastic part or welded onto the cage. The cage is attached through its anchors to the plastic, and all…
yes Sort of. There was a design change in '92. The exhaust after the catalytic converter is shaped a little bit different but that's not the problem. The only real problem you will have is that one of the factory hangers that are welded to the pipe mounts fairly close to the "cat" on the '90 while the mid 92-94 it is located back by the muffler. I simply cut the rod off, moved it…
The SRT-4 exhaust will fit, but it will need to be cut and re-welded near the front of the car where it goes to the exhaust manifold. In other words, it will take a bit of custom work and extra tubing, but the exhaust can be made to fit. The exhaust also does not sound very good on a stock neon since it only has resonators and no muffler.
Air fuel ratio gauges rely on a sensor that is very much like an O2 sensor used in a car's emmission system. Therefore you would have to have 'bung' drilled and welded into your cars exhaust system to mount the sensor for the air/fuel gauge. After that, run the wiring and mount the gauge like any other aftermarket gauge.
What is the function of the short piece of wire soldered to the catalytic converter on a late model Tercel?
ok, this was my question, but no one answered it so I figured it out myself. Apparently, the OEM exhaust system for Tercels does not have this wire, so my theory that it was a grounding wire of some sort was debunked. The parts guy did not have a clue either, and then it dawned on me that this welded wire connected to a hook on an unused bracket post has the sole function of…
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…
How do you fix the rattle sound coming from the rear end when ever you hit a bump in you 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Something is loose. Find the loose part. More than likely the exhaust system. Answer I also found that the jack and tire wrench on my 94 under the rear passenger seat were loose and making a noise. I wrapped them in a towel and restowed them and it solved the issue Answer I found that on my 88 Cherokee that there is bump stops on the lift gate that will unscrew just a few turns…
IT helps strengthen the concrete and prevent cracking But please note usually the "welded wire mesh" used in concrete is named reinforcing mesh, its wire is ribbed. And the wire of welded wire mesh in industry usually is plain, it used for fence panel, floor heating system and so on. The following are reinforcing mesh and welded wire mesh link. dingzhenfence.com/product/Welded_Wire_Mesh.html dingzhenfence.com/product/Welded%20Wire%20Mesh
The steel wheels run along the steel rails. The Rails themselves used to be bolted together with plates, and each section of rail was 39 feet long. Modern welded rail still occasionally has bolted joints, but pieces of rail can now be more than a mile in length. The clickity-clack sound occurs when the steel wheel rolls across the small gap between each section of rail at the joint that's bolted together.
if your car has duel exhaust, they should be located a foot or two away from the headers, since the exhaust heat makes them work. They have to be cut off by a mechanic, and new ones welded back on as well. They should be closer to the engine then the muffler, around the transmission in an impala. hope this helps