How to Remove an Exhaust Pipe From a Manifold?

Answer The exhaust manifold on an engine is bolted to the cylinder head; it takes the gasses from the engine and guides them to the exhaust. The two are joined together at a junction next to the engine. I... Read More »

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How to Remove the Exhaust Pipe From the Manifold on a 2000 Dodge Neon?

You might need to replace the exhaust pipe below the exhaust manifold on the 2000 Dodge Neon if the pipe rusts through, causing an exhaust leak. The pipe runs down to the catalytic converter and mu... Read More »

Why Is There Oil All Over My Manifold Exhaust Pipe?

Oil on the exhaust manifold or blue smoke spewing out of the tailpipe is commonly caused from a compromised gasket or cracked exhaust manifold. The head gasket is the main seal protecting the engin... Read More »

How to Align an Exhaust Pipe to the Manifold?

Whether you are installing an aftermarket or replacement stock exhaust system on your car, getting all the exhaust piping to align correctly can be tricky. Since the exhaust manifold is bolted and ... Read More »

How to Remove an Exhaust Manifold?

An engine's exhaust manifold's sole purpose is to route the dangerous gases produced by the engine to the vehicle's exhaust pipe. The exhaust manifold attaches to the side of the cylinder head. Bet... Read More »