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Old 25 Nov 2007, 09:30 am
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Default Acura EL 2001: Severe exhaust problem even Acura can't fix

Did anyone ever get exhaust problems on your EL? My EL was making super load noises, so I took it to the dealer. They basically said to me, "your pipe is broken at the front of the Catalyst converter, we can't fix it. Take it somewhere else." WTF? Anybody have any suggestions?
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