xantia rear exhaust box

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xantia rear exhaust box

Post by shaunthesheep » 17 Aug 2002, 11:44

hello all, has anyone ever changed a xantia 1.6 rear box themselves??, as mine as just snapped off, is it hard to do also would i need anything like exhaust paste etc.....
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Post by JohnD » 17 Aug 2002, 14:21

Hi Shaun - I've just replied to your message on the Yahoo Xantia site.
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Post by hardmanm » 18 Aug 2002, 02:03

Well it was pretty easy on my 2.1TD, tip is to buy a new clamp at the same time. Firegum or similar isn't a bad idea on the sealing joint but not essential.
However I found out I could have had it done at ATS for only £5 more and I wouldn't say it was worth the aggravation to save a fiver.
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Post by shaunthesheep » 20 Aug 2002, 15:21

cheers mark, decide it would be far easier to let the garage deal with it, cost me £50 fitted, they fitted a brand of exhaust made by 'UNIVESAL', has anyone heard of this make??
dom
Edited by - shaunthesheep on 20 Aug 2002 10:22:12
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