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Old 09-02-2013, 08:03 AM   #1
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Back exhaust pipes. One is lower than the other.

I just notices a few days ago that the passenger side tail pipe is dropping down lower than the other. I have. Hexked and seems like nothing is lose. It just seems to be dropping down. Anyone else see this or have this problem?
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If it is the stock exhaust under warranty take it into the dealer, but all you need to do is loosen up the clamp that connects it to the over axle pipe and reposition the tip and tighten it back up.
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If that fails, it's at the catback pipe. Heat makes metal loosen up. That's why in aftermarket or if you do any exhaust work, tighten it, drive it, tighten while its hot and check when cold.
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