Q: Muffler sounds bad

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The muffler sounds bad.

Hello. There are many different causes for muffler sounds. These can include cracks on the muffler or damage to other nearby components. Your vehicle would need an exhaust and muffler inspection to determine what is causing the sound from your muffler. They can also replace your muffler if needed.

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