small-list-digest Monday, May 24 1999 Volume 03 : Number 126



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FTE Small - Re: Exhaust question

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Date: Sun, 23 May 1999 20:18:12 -0500
From: b.mccoy baldeagle.com
Subject: FTE Small - Re: Exhaust question

Joe,

Yes the Cat is the problem if it smells like rotten eggs. The old cat
was most likely totaly shot. The new one is working very hard to
remove all the unburned gas from the exhaust system. two very
common cuses are, to rich a fuel mixture and the cat being to far
down the exhuast path. Mufflers would most likely not make any
smells unless something died in them ;-)

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From: "Joe Mitchell"
Subject: FTE Small - FTE Small: Exhaust question

I have one question about exhaust. My brother has a 86 Ranger w/
V6, and his
exhaust...stinks. Not in the cab, but the people following him must
be
passing out driving.... Anyways, if he replaces the muffler, will it fix
the
problem? he has dual exhaust, so he'd have to replace both of
them. But,
could the mufflers be the source, or could it be something else? He
just got
a new catalytic converter, so we're sure its not the cause. :) Thanx
in
advance,
Joe Mitchell
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91 Ford Ranger


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