Q: Exhaust making noise.

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I'm hearing a noise form the engine. It might be from a bad connection of the exhaust system to the engine.

You may need a new exhaust manifold that got warped or cracked. The pipes that connect to the manifold are known to rust out and break the manifold bolts.

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