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1996 Honda Civic Exhaust Muffler Ansa

P311-47B0FB5    New

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$265.23
Ansa Exhaust Muffler
  • Silverline Stainless Steel Exhaust by ANSA Automotive provides a bold look and sound. Made of top-quality T304 stainless, Silverline direct-fit exhaust systems are engineered to improve performance and bolt-on for an easy installation.
  • Performance Exhaust
  • Rear
Brand: Ansa
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1996 - Honda Civic
Bosal
2006 Honda Odyssey Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-218AB9A    New

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$87.94
  • Inc. Pipe & Resonator
  • Use this center muffler with rear muffler 290-003 and clamp 250-252 to equal the 1-piece OE muffler assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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2006 - Honda Odyssey
Bosal
2007 Honda Odyssey Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-218AB9A    New

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$87.94
  • Use this center muffler with rear muffler 290-003 and clamp 250-252 to equal the 1-piece OE muffler assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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2007 - Honda Odyssey
Bosal
2008 Honda Accord Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-14256A5    New

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$135.09
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • For ease of shipping, Bosal supplies two separate exhaust parts in place of the 1-piece cat-back OE exhaust assembly (the OE assembly includes the center muffler and the rear muffler). Use center muffler #290-079, clamp #250-252, and rear muffler 163-053 to replace the 1-piece OE exhaust assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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2008 - Honda Accord
Bosal
1989 Honda Civic Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-3B4B085    New

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$93.57
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1989 - Honda Civic
Bosal
1988 Honda Civic Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-4167993    New

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$102.21
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1988 - Honda Civic
Bosal
1989 Honda Civic Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-5BFF42E    New

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$113.19
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1989 - Honda Civic
Bosal
1998 Honda CR-V Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-14BF3A2    New

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$108.74
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Hangers: 255-113 x2 Cone Gasket: 256-293 x1 Spring: 251-807 x2 Pin: 258-944 x2
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1998 - Honda CR-V
Bosal
1997 Honda Accord Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-547A19C    New

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$133.56
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • California Low Emission Models
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1997 - Honda Accord
Bosal
1998 Honda Passport Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-26B86B1    New

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$121.09
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 07/1997-, Rqd: 255-031 washer-ring Gasket - 256-390 Support Gasket: 255-473 x2
  • Front
Brand: Bosal
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1998 - Honda Passport
Bosal
1999 Honda Passport Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-26B86B1    New

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$121.09
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rqd: 255-031 washer-ring Gasket - 256-390 Support Gasket: 255-473 x2
  • Front
Brand: Bosal
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1999 - Honda Passport
Bosal
2002 Honda CR-V Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-1E40C3C    New

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$175.91
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
Brand: Bosal
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2002 - Honda CR-V
Ansa
2007 Honda CR-V Exhaust Muffler Ansa

P311-34647CB    New

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$130.37
Brand: Ansa
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2007 - Honda CR-V
Bosal
1989 Honda CRX Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-3EF50D0    New

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$96.61
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1989 - Honda CRX
Bosal
1988 Honda Accord Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-104C884    New

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$78.24
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Center
Brand: Bosal
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1988 - Honda Accord
Bosal
1991 Honda Accord Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-0AC2F8D    New

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$115.13
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1991 - Honda Accord
Bosal
1991 Honda Accord Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-255BE8F    New

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$106.83
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1991 - Honda Accord
Bosal
2003 Honda Pilot Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-4B05B67    New

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$210.91
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
Brand: Bosal
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2003 - Honda Pilot
Bosal
2005 Honda Pilot Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-0118446    New

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$123.00
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Use this rear muffler with center muffler 283-727 and clamp #250-258 to equal the 1-piece OE muffler assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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2005 - Honda Pilot
Bosal
1988 Honda Accord Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-5CBF42D    New

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$89.90
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1988 - Honda Accord

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1999 honda CIVIC losing power

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Question From bmxerforlife on 1999 honda CIVIC losing power

i need some advice i was wondering if you could help me out. i have a 99 honda civic ex im losing power. at a low rpm everything seems fine but when i go to accelerate i have no get up and no power at all as if the engine is strugling what could the problem be? i apreciate tha help, thanks.

Response From bmxerforlife

cars been in shop for 3 days im not gunna try fix summin i dont kno about. and my cage isnt rattled and im not hiding behind no comp. yall all just talking im out have fun with ur life i gotta get back to mine

Response From irvauto

I had similar problems with mine, but check this link out, it helped a lot.

links deleted

Hope this helps, enjoy.

Response From Hammer Time

punks hiding behind their computer screen..............LOL

Response From bmxerforlife

to bad im not in fl idiots and i gave a fake email when i signed up

Response From Hammer Time

I guess you think we're as stupid as you are. Your just north of Daytona. I have your location. You wanna push your luck?

Palm Coast
Latitude:29.5273
Longitude:-81.2045
Area Code:386

Response From bmxerforlife

that must b where the thing on my comp gave you ne ways i didnt really fuck with my car its n a shop has been for three days i dont know nething about working on a car but i dont have time for no more games im out

Response From re-tired

Oh NOW his car is in a shop . Whatsa matter . Somebody rattle your cage . goodby

Response From bmxerforlife

yall are all idiots n yall told me what problem was and i fixed it most affordable way thanks for the help losers

Response From Hammer Time

Experts donate their time to help you and that's how you treat them? Your the loser!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don't ever come back and ask for help again

Response From Sidom

Kinda sad Desi, you help someone out & that's the thx you get, nice huh......

I see he's in Flordia just north of you, so I'm guessing he's already done the bypass to the PCM so it won't turn the check engine light on & set a P0420. The little punks lucky about the only system that works on is the older Hondas.

Don't sweat it, it's still a crap shot if it'll pass emissions even if the lights not on so he'll probably have to buy a cat anyway..... Maybe it'll be your shop he comes into...........lmao

Response From re-tired

Its too bad your computer ICQ was recorded when you signed on our site. When epa enforment review comes up they will be sure to take note of your confession. Which by the way is a felony in fl.Dont believe it ? Ask a trooper.

Response From Hammer Time

I would be more than happy to supply his IP address of 99.173.55.145 to the right people. They just love impounding cars

Response From Hammer Time

i gutted the cat.
I hope you realize that you could buy a house for the fine you could get for doing that.

Response From bmxerforlife

i gutted the cat...everything runs fine now thanks for your help everyone

Response From re-tired

If you live in a emmission testing state ,,,, you just had some great sex . You just screwed yourself. Just for the record no one from this site advised you to gut your cat.

Response From bmxerforlife

could it possibly be a sensor gone bad? or a blown headgasket?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What were the results of the vacuum test?

T

Response From Sidom

Usually on something like this, one suggestion I make is if there is any overdue maintenance that hasn't been done that is tune up & filter related, now would be a good time to do it. Even if it doesn't solve the problem it's something than needs to be done anyway and can then be ruled out as a possible cause.....

If there is still a problem you may want to pull codes to see if anything is stored. Take some basic readings, fuel pressure and vacuum. On this particular problem I would pay close attention to what the reading is at high rpm to make sure there isn't a restricted exhaust problem.... If it goes to almost nothing at high rpm you may be looking at a plugged cat, if it's low and shaky at high rpm you are going to want to be sure the valves are adjusted properly..........

Response From bmxerforlife

it has recently been tuned up new plugs and wires cap and rotar have been put on. all the vacum lines are fine and in place. is there anyway to test tha cat without going to a mechanic?

Response From Sidom

You can do a basic test with a vacuum gauge like I mentioned in the previous post............See what your reading is @ high rpm. If it goes to almost nothing you are more that likely looking at an restricted exhaust problem....

Response From re-tired Top Rated Answer

start with the basics.air and fuel filter ,replace if you dont know when done . plug gap and condition. timing . wires and cap /rotor > same as filters .If all done and still have prob take to a muffler shop and have them check cat and muffler for restriction.

loud noise....

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Question From Guest on loud noise....

I am such a girl... My car (Honda Civic EX, 1998) is making a loud noise from the back... I don't know if that's the exhaust or whatever. But since I know nothing about cars I don't want to be taken advantage of when I go to get it fixed. The noise sounds like a metal rattle. Could it be a hole or something?

Response From dave284 Top Rated Answer

Does the noise change tone when you step on the gas?/Are you able to do a visual inspection? Sounds like the insides of the muffler might be rusted out,but if you could look at it or grab the tailpipe and see if its loose, make sure the car has not been started for a while

Response From Guest

Thanks a lot. The inside looks rusted, but I didn't visually see a hole.

Response From dave284

Does the muffler sound loud?, see no holes but the inside can be rusted out and moving causing the metal rattle,by just tapping on the tailpipe you might here it

05 VW Brake pads.

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Question From jayceevee24 on 05 VW Brake pads.

2005 Volkswagen Passat All-wheel drive Wagon 2.8 L V-6 70,000 miles. Can I just replace the brake pads ($175 at local mechanic), or do I have to replace the rotors too, as Volkswagen suggests ($1,000 at VW)? Pads are thin.

Response From Hammer Time

It needs to be inspected to answer that question but it's pretty standard for VWs to replace rotors with pads. They are engineered with softer metal for better friction and braking but that causes just as much wear to the rotors as the pads. If they are dished out, no question it needs them.

The prices sound a but excessive though it's possible. I did a BMW today that was $1000.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

>>I did a BMW today that was $1000.<<
Gotta love those European cars!

Response From steve01832

I'm sorry HT that you were subjected to such torture. I think you should get the rest of the week off with pay. I would rather put nitrous on a Kia then work on a beemer.

Steve

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

>>rather put nitrous on a Kia then work on a beemer. << Or deal with their owners.

Response From steve01832

Muffy, Muffy, the beemer is in the shop. I must take the Jaguar to go golfing.

Steve

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Ah, you understand what I meant. LOL. Just wonder what percentage of these 'types' are leased vs. owned?

Response From Hammer Time

Just wonder what percentage of these 'types' are leased vs. owned?

In my part of town, they are just spare cars that are left here all summer so they will have a car to drive when they come down here.

Response From Hammer Time

I would rather put nitrous on a Kia then work on a beemer.

You gotta get used to it in my part of town. Remember, my shop is right on the beach in a resort community. Everything's a Lexus, a Beemer or a Mercedes and the Lexus never breaks............ I hate em.

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

Where I live it's Hondas and Kias baby. Let's soup 'em up, chop 'em down, and listen to the angry swarm of bees due to their tomato soup can size mufflers. LMAO

Steve

Response From steve01832


Muffy, Muffy, the beemer is in the shop. I must take the Jaguar to go golfing.

This has to be said in the Thurston Howell III accent to get the full effect.

Steve

89 honda accord sticking clutch!!!!

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Question From lilyayo on 89 honda accord sticking clutch!!!!

I own a 1989 Honda accord dx 3 door hatchback. The car was $1400 and I knew there would be risks buying any used car but it just had a tuneup and only 70000 miles, so i bought the car. recently came accross a few things not to big like he took the muffler off (to make it sound better he says..RIGHT) and the pipe coming from the catilac convertor had a huge hole in it so i bought a new exhaust system for it purrs like a kitten now! but for my most recent problem my clutch is sticking to the floor! its annoying as hell i cant reverse some times because i might not get the clutch to pop back up. my only way around it is if i open the hood and push a metal arm downwards thats connested to a link of some sort. i think its the cable link to the engine but im not sure.

anyone else have a simaler problem or got suggestions please write me, thanks.

Response From brbettge

i have seen the little "keeper" springs that hold the "throw-out" (also called the release) bearing to the pivot arm come loose and the bearing will twist sideways on the arm locking the thing down. refer to the diagram you'll see the ears that can lock. also if the clutch was installed recently it may have been a remanufactured unit. remanufactured clutch assemblies do not work or will not work for any length of time in hondas or toyotas. it has to do with the specifications on distance between the "pressure plate" and the flywheel. reman units have been machined down to smooth them and consequently most of the specified distance is lost in the process. this means the ;life of the "new" reman clutch; although within specifications per the manufacturer; is about half or less that of a new unit.
i am in agreement that the first thing to look into is the cable...disconnect it at the arm on the trans (you'll need to loosen it by unscrewing the nut on the underside of the arm - the nut screws onto the cable itself) have someone inside the car operate the clutch pedal while you hold the cable out (watch and don't let your fingers get pinched as the cable moves in and out of it's housing) it should feel smooth as it slides in and out. any "raspiness" or catches you might "feel" happening indicate a cable that is frayed inside the housing and the whole cable assembly must bve replaced. an easy job with the only difficult part being the adjustment after the new one is installed or the old one tests good and you need to re-adjust. to adjust it simply tighten the nut back up onto the cable (being sure not to let it slip out of the slot in the arm while doing so) unti.l you have about 1.5" to 2" of free travel in the clutch pedal from the top to where you feel resistance of the clutch beginning to engage. hope this helps, rick

Response From lilyayo Top Rated Answer

ok i went and poked around and i know its not the link its the arm thing it sticks ima put some pics up when i can to show my exact problem.

Response From DanD

Check that the clutch cable isn’t beginning to seize; disconnect it at the trans and it should move relatively easy.
If it’s free, then it might be the bushing(s) in the transmission case for the lease shaft that are seizing. If so, it’ll likely mean pulling the trans; removing this shaft; cleaning or replacing these bushings.
Not a great diagram; it doesn't show the bushings but I hope it gives you an idea of what I'm talking about.



Dan.

hole in exhaust pipe

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Question From kalesh12 on hole in exhaust pipe

92 honda accord lx

I have a hole in the exhaust pipe between the catalytic converter and muffler. is this urgent repair? could I just patch, and how temporary are patches? looks like the pipes are welded on this older moldel (or just really rusted)... if i need to replace should I simply cut out section with hole and replace and clamp?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Your best bet is to just take it to an exhaust shop and let them fix it. They can fix it cheaper than you and do a much better job. You can't patch it but you can replace just a section sometimes. It often has to be cut and welded so it's not a DIY type job.