"The Jeep is a manly device. And a womanly device. An American device. Itís a fitting instrument to transport the free people of a free nation with the respect to which we are entitled and the dignity that we deserve."
After everything has completely cooled off have a friend hold his hand over the exhaust pipe plugging the end. Start the Jeep and poke your head underneath an exhaust leak will let you know where it is.
Look where the hangers are welded on. I had a exhaust pipe break away from the Transfer Case Guard hanger and ripped a hole in my pipe. I could tell from the sound of the jeep that something was wrong.
When they do our state inspections in Virginia they always hold a rag over the tailpipe while the engine is running....if you have a leak you can hear it pretty well, otherwise the engine will start to lug since it can't breathe.
pointech - Tom in Virginia
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If it is in the manifold (or in the down tube flange) then you will not mistake it for any other place.
Originally Posted by Mean Max
I think I'll keep the YJ. But can I talk you into taking the wife?
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