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Mr. Haney

Special considerations when welding exhaust on CTT?

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I just got the new cayenne home and noticed it has a broken hanger that needs to be tacked up. Do I need to take the exhaust off the car to have that done? Welding on the vehicle safe for electronics?

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I always use a tool that connects to the battery and absorbs any surges from the welder to protect the vehicle electronics.

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I always use a tool that connects to the battery and absorbs any surges from the welder to protect the vehicle electronics.

So prob not a good idea without that eh?

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Arc welding and car electronics never like eachothers, better to just take the exhaust off and weld it... piece of mind is priceless:drive:

I just got the new cayenne home and noticed it has a broken hanger that needs to be tacked up. Do I need to take the exhaust off the car to have that done? Welding on the vehicle safe for electronics?

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