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I've had an exhaust rattle for a couple of weeks now that finally turned into a roar over the weekend. I climbed under the car to figure out what was wrong and discovered that the pipe connecting the catalytic converter to the muffle is disconnected. My thought was to loosen the bolt on the clamp, shove the pipe back in and tighten the bolt back. I'm going to give it a try this weekend when I can get the car up on ramps and get a little better access. Anyone have any tips or thoughts? Cheers!
Pretty sure that the clip is part of one molded assembly and not a separate part. Sorry, I didn't explain that very clearly the first time. It snapped off pretty easily so I'm going to assume that it was already damaged by someone else. Good to know that it might only cost me $9 to fix. :) I'll take a picture of the assembly when I get home tonight.
While changing the bulb in my driver's side door this afternoon I seem to have snapped off the clip that holds the assembly in place. The light housing is now flopping around when I open and close my door. :( I tried a parts search but couldn't come up with anything useful. Can anyone help me identify this part? Many thanks!
I'm interested in the alignment tool to center the manual shifter for proper cable adjustment (specifically on the '03 986). I believe the part number is 000 721 961 90 and the part is labeled 996 424 395 03. Can anyone give me an idea of the typical price? Many thanks!