Q: Muffler dragging

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The muffler is dragging.

Hi. If your muffler has fallen and is dragging on the ground then it more than likely has a broken bracket. It can also be a broken pipe. If you need further assistance, I recommend you have a mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, inspect for possible breaks in the exhaust system and replace the bad exhaust supports.

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