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1980 International Scout II Exhaust Muffler - N/A 8 Cyl 5.6L Walker

P311-57A5947    18230  New

Qty:
$36.84
Walker Exhaust Muffler  N/A
  • w/Conv.; Must be installed backwards.
  • Walker SoundFX Direct Fit Muffler
  • Product Attributes:
    • Automotive Item Grade: Oem Standard Part
    • Fitment: Direct Oe Replacement
    • Max Year Covered: 1995
    • Min Year Covered: 1967
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Jeep Grand Cherokee
    • Most Popular Year: 1995
    • Muffler Body Height: 4.250
    • Muffler Body Length: 19.000
    • Muffler Body Material: Steel
    • Muffler Body Width: 9.750
    • Muffler Color / Finish: Aluminized
    • Muffler Inlet Configuration: Offset
    • Muffler Inlet Connection Type: Pipe Connection
    • Muffler Inlet Count: 1
    • Muffler Inlet Diameter 1: 2.250
    • Muffler Inlet Diameter Designation: Inside Diameter
    • Muffler Outlet Configuration: Centered
    • Muffler Outlet Connection Type: Pipe Connection
    • Muffler Outlet Count: 1
    • Muffler Outlet Diameter: 2.250
    • Muffler Outlet Diameter Designation: Inside Diameter
    • Muffler Overall Length: 25.750
    • Muffler Reversible: No
    • Muffler Shape: Oval
    • Muffler Type: Combination
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 244555
Brand: Walker
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Position Submodel Wheel Base
1980 - International Scout II V - 345 N/A Traveler 118.0
Walker
1980 International Scout II Exhaust Muffler - N/A 8 Cyl 5.6L Walker

P311-4A0231B    18113  New

Qty:
$65.29
Walker Exhaust Muffler  N/A
  • w/Conv.; Optional; Tru-Fit for 18230
  • Walker Tru-Fit Universal Muffler
  • Product Attributes:
    • Automotive Item Grade: Oem Standard Part
    • Fitment: Universal
    • Max Year Covered: 1999
    • Min Year Covered: 1967
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Jeep Grand Cherokee
    • Most Popular Year: 1995
    • Muffler Body Height: 4.250
    • Muffler Body Length: 18.000
    • Muffler Body Material: Steel
    • Muffler Body Width: 8.813
    • Muffler Color / Finish: Aluminized
    • Muffler Inlet Configuration: Offset
    • Muffler Inlet Connection Type: Pipe Connection
    • Muffler Inlet Count: 1
    • Muffler Inlet Diameter 1: 2.500
    • Muffler Inlet Diameter Designation: Inside Diameter
    • Muffler Outlet Configuration: Centered
    • Muffler Outlet Connection Type: Pipe Connection
    • Muffler Outlet Count: 1
    • Muffler Outlet Diameter: 2.250
    • Muffler Outlet Diameter Designation: Inside Diameter
    • Muffler Overall Length: 26.000
    • Muffler Reversible: No
    • Muffler Shape: Oval
    • Muffler Type: Combination
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 631534
Brand: Walker
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Position Submodel Wheel Base
1980 - International Scout II V - 345 N/A Traveler 118.0
Walker
1980 International Scout II Exhaust Muffler - N/A 8 Cyl 5.6L Walker

P311-54B3719    17808  New

Qty:
$35.52
Walker Exhaust Muffler  N/A
  • w/Conv.; Optional; SoundFX Universal for 18230
  • Walker SoundFX Universal Muffler
  • Product Attributes:
    • Automotive Item Grade: Oem Standard Part
    • Fitment: Universal
    • Max Year Covered: 1995
    • Min Year Covered: 1967
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Jeep Grand Cherokee
    • Most Popular Year: 1995
    • Muffler Body Height: 4.250
    • Muffler Body Length: 19.000
    • Muffler Body Material: Steel
    • Muffler Body Width: 9.750
    • Muffler Color / Finish: Aluminized
    • Muffler Inlet Configuration: Offset
    • Muffler Inlet Connection Type: Pipe Connection
    • Muffler Inlet Count: 1
    • Muffler Inlet Diameter 1: 2.250
    • Muffler Inlet Diameter Designation: Inside Diameter
    • Muffler Outlet Configuration: Centered
    • Muffler Outlet Connection Type: Pipe Connection
    • Muffler Outlet Count: 1
    • Muffler Outlet Diameter: 2.250
    • Muffler Outlet Diameter Designation: Inside Diameter
    • Muffler Overall Length: 25.750
    • Muffler Reversible: No
    • Muffler Shape: Oval
    • Muffler Type: Combination
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Total Part VIO: 276558
Brand: Walker
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block CC CID Position Submodel Wheel Base
1980 - International Scout II V - 345 N/A Traveler 118.0

Latest International Repair and Muffler Installation Advice

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Information

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Question From Guest on Information

I went to acar garage as my carwas making a louder noise than usual. The mechanic said it was due to the baffels but what are they and what do they do ?

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

this is a pretty general question which will yeild a general answer.


im going to guess that he is talking about your muffler. the internals of a muffler are packing and baffles to deafen the sound emmitted from the engine.

over time the packing degrades and the baffles usually rust apart.

Response From way2old

Yeah, what he said. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

EVAP system in 2005 Nissan xterra

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Question From ericwalker on EVAP system in 2005 Nissan xterra

I have a 2005 Nissan Exterra, the check engine light went on. I got a code for the emission control valve C short. What are the steps in solving this myself before bringing it in to the shop?

Response From Discretesignals

What is the trouble code number? Do you have a volt meter and understand the theory of electrical circuits (including computer circuits and bias voltage) and how to diagnose them?

Response From ericwalker

Thanks for reply...sorry, was out of town for a while..the code showing on tester is PO455..I do know how to test for continuity and voltage..I am not afraid to tackle this, though I am not a mechanic..

Response From Discretesignals

P0455 doesn't have to do with any valve circuit being shorted.

P0455 is a large leak code. Means there is a big leak in the system between the fuel tank and EVAP canister purge volume control solenoid valve.

You need to find a shop that has an EVAP tester/smoke machine to find the leak.

Response From ericwalker Top Rated Answer

Hello,

Thx, your right I have, I looked at code wrong..so could this be a muffler issue or is it internal? I want to diagnose problem as much as possible before calling a mechanic..

Response From ericwalker

Obviously I am not a mechanic..Going to the shop..thx..

white to light blue smoke out of exhaust

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Question From PATSPHAN2006 on white to light blue smoke out of exhaust

I recently had a clutch kit and a 5 speed transmision put in my car..since that was done every morning when i start the car up i get white to light blue smoke comming out of the muffler and its a lot..i drive a 1997 honda civic dx 5 speed.180,000 miles...it also happens if the car sits for a period of like 4 hours or so..but there is no smoke when the car is warmed up. would those repairs be related if not done right?or how can i reduce the smoke if possible

Response From re-tired

THere is no relation to your oil burning and the clutch job . With the mileage you've got the only sure way to stop it is a rebuild or reman eng.

Response From Hammer Time

PATSPHAN?????????..........REALLY?

You live in West Palm beach and you root for the nasty Pats?


Response From Sidom

uh oh..........someone better fetch the sheriff.....Thars gonna b truble

Response From re-tired

Cant we all just love each other It's just a game












that miami usally wins

Response From Blulakr


Cant we all just love each other It's just a game












that miami usally wins Obviously posted before the Jets game

Response From Blulakr Top Rated Answer

To patsfan, if the pcv system is working properly then you have an internal oil sealing problem.

I've seen many honda motors run 200k plus miles with no problem.

You might try replacing the valve stem seals, it's somewhat of a gamble but definately cheaper than new motor.

Response From Hammer Time

It's just a game

Yeah, maybe for you....................LOL

Response From re-tired

read all the post HT

Response From Hammer Time

Yep, missed that stuff hidden near the sig

Response From Sidom

A Phins fan luving a Pat/Jets fan............. Kinda a tall order don't cha thing RT????? Maybe you should shoot for peace in the Middle East 1st........ You know something with better odds of success.....

my truck is running very rough

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Question From Joe Steadery on my truck is running very rough

I have a 1995 Chevy S-10 Blazer 4.3 V6 (ENG vin code is W )
Ireplaced the CPI and now the truck runs real rough and missfires and hardly moves when in gear as it is missfiring even small backfires when you try to rev it up .

Also after running for a bit the catalytic converter glowed red hot . I replaced the catalytic converter and the #2 oxygen sensor and the spark plugs and it still ran very rough and the converter and the pipe to the muffler still glowed red hot . I didn't replace the #1 O2 sensor in front of the converter should I have replaced it too ? Also after it glowed red do you think that the new #2 O2 sensor and new converter is now bad or can it handle 1 time of being red hot ? Did I ruin the new converter and O2 sensor by running it till it was glowing red hot . The truck also has a fairly new muffler and tail pipe is it possible that it is plugged now do to running with red hot converter . so to recap I have installed a new CPI -Spider fuel Injector assembly and a new Catalytic converter , O2 sensor on downstream side and new spark plugs , air filter and oil too . I checked EGR and its not plugged and plunger moves ok . i checked the cap n rotor and they looked fine . So whats next move ? The truck runs real rough and missfires and hardly moves when put into gear .

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Most of that stuff wan't necessary. the Cat is glowing because of either too rich or too lean of mixture. You really need a scan tool to find out which it is. You could have an internal fuel or vacuum leak.


We were typing at the same time Steve.

Response From steve01832

Great minds think alike Desi. lol

Steve

Response From steve01832

Joe, usually when a converter gets cherry red it is due to an ignition problem, usually. What is going on is there is a lot of unburned fuel going out an exhaust valve and it is being burned in the converter. That's why it cherries up. It is also possible that the vehicle is running excessively rich, or has a bad cylinder.
You may want to start by hooking up a fuel pressure guage. If the pressure is ok, start checking the ignition system. Could be a cracked cap, bad plug, or bad plug wire. I have seen failing ignition modules cause this, but very few and far between. Maybe 3 or 4 times in the 26 years I've been twisting a wrench.

Steve

Emissions

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Question From Guest on Emissions

My 1992 Plym Acclaim w/2.5L 4 cyl failed emissions insp for NOx reading 1529 on a 970 max std. I replaced cat converter as muffler shop dtermined it to be bad. NOx went down to 1469 still failing. I do not know where to look next. Any ideas?

Response From DanD

Does this engine have and EGR (exhaust gas recalculation) valve?
Some did some didn’t in 92 and I can’t remember whether it was the 2.2 or the 2.5 that did?
Depending on whether it does or not will determine which way we go to get this thing to pass the NOX.
There are ways of sneaking a non-EGR engine through a test if all else fails.
Dan.

Response From Guest

I think it does (have an egr valve). I was told that the numbers are much too high to be the EGR valve. Do you disagree?

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Do I disagree??
YES!
A properly functioning EGR system on an engine running the way it was intended will reduce NOX emissions by at least 50%! The major contributor to the production of NOX (Oxides of Nitrogen or photochemical Smog) in an internal combustion engine, is load and heat. We can’t do a lot about the load on the engine; the engine has to push the car down the road but we can do something with the heat generated during the combustion process and that’s where the EGR system comes in.
Basically the EGR introduces inert gases (exhaust) back into the combustion chamber to take up space which in turn will reduce internal combustion temperatures. In other words to help fill up the combustion chamber with something that doesn’t burn.
Yes this exhaust gas is hot but nothing compared to the heat generated by the combustion of compressed hydrocarbons and oxygen; again because there’s nothing left in the exhaust gases to burn it has a cooling effect on the over all combustion chamber.
When I say a cooling effect I don’t mean that by having an EGR system repaired you’re going to see the engine temperature gauge suddenly drop. That’s because we’re talking combustion temperatures, which the cooling system of the vehicle has been designed to look after via the thermostat.
I’m an emissions repair tech here in Ontario’s emissions testing program and I have seen so many catalytic converters condemned when yes they may be on the weak side but would still get the job done if the input gases from the engine were down to an acceptable level.
Dan

Response From steve01832

I have cheated on a few customers' cars by replacing the spark plugs with a colder plug. This is more applicable on cars with over 100000 miles on them.

Steve