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Bosal
1999 Nissan Quest Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-38B47C5    W0133-1707884  New

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Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 09/1998-, Excludes California.
  • This is the front section of the rear muffler assembly. Use with rear section #145-765 and exhaust clamp #250-250 to replace the original OE rear muffler assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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1999 - Nissan Quest
Bosal
2001 Nissan Quest Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-38B47C5    W0133-1707884  New

Qty:
$84.31
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Excludes California.
  • This is the front section of the rear muffler assembly. Use with rear section #145-765 and exhaust clamp #250-250 to replace the original OE rear muffler assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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2001 - Nissan Quest
Bosal
2008 Nissan Rogue Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-08B23B3    W0133-2037589  New

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$155.68
  • Production: 08/01/2007-
  • This is the rear section of the muffler assembly. Use with center muffler 286-389 and exhaust clamp 250-252 to replace the orignal OE muffler assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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2008 - Nissan Rogue
Bosal
2009 Nissan Rogue Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-08B23B3    W0133-2037589  New

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$155.68
  • This is the rear section of the muffler assembly. Use with center muffler 286-389 and exhaust clamp 250-252 to replace the orignal OE muffler assembly.
Brand: Bosal
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2009 - Nissan Rogue
Bosal
1998 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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$93.10
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 06/1997-
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1998 - Nissan Altima
Bosal
1999 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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$93.10
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: -07/1999
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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1999 - Nissan Altima
Bosal
2000 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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$93.10
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 08/1999-
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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2000 - Nissan Altima
Bosal
2001 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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$93.10
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: -07/2001
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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2001 - Nissan Altima
Bosal
2000 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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$93.10
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 08/1999-10/2000
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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2000 - Nissan Altima
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2001 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: -10/2000
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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2001 - Nissan Altima
Bosal
2000 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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$93.10
Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 11/2000-
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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2000 - Nissan Altima
Bosal
2001 Nissan Altima Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-21E8488    W0133-1722731  New

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Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 11/2000-07/2001
  • Rear
Brand: Bosal
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2001 - Nissan Altima

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Nissan Murano 05 - Exhaust Repair Question

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Question From manncura on Nissan Murano 05 - Exhaust Repair Question

Here is a link to pictures of the problem with the exhaust on my Nissan Murano 2005.
https://picasaweb.google.com/manncura/Muffler?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCLbX877-3N_ydg&feat=directlink

Basically the pipe just behind the resonator has disconnected / or broken away from the rest of the exhaust system right at the clamp that connects them. There is some rusting throughout the system and looks to be the cause of the problem (as I assume most exhaust systems of 6 years might have?)

Just trying to get a feel for what needs to repaired in this instance. I don't really have a trusted mechanic yet where I live, so I just want to have a handle on what everything entails before going to a shop.


Can the pipe simply be reconnected since it happened at the clamp joint or will the resonator have to be replaced?

Is this something you could do at home? Or best to be done by a mechanic?

Thanks so much for your help and please let me know if you need any further information.

C

Response From Hammer Time

You just need to replace the component. The pipe was rotten enough to break off, it just need to be replaced. It looks like it's part of the muffler. take it to an exhaust shop and get it evaluated.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

You have two options. If the metal around the flange isn't eaten all the way through, you can weld the pipe back onto the flange.

If the pipe and flange aren't weldable, you can replace that component. I am not sure, but in your picture it looks like the pipe that broke off the flange goes to the muffler. Can't tell because the picture is too close up.

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..

Badly rusted exhaust line nut removal

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Question From scudder on Badly rusted exhaust line nut removal

I have a 2007 Nissan Versa, ~60,000 miles, I believe it's a 1.8L, and it's the hatchback, not the sedan.

I have a couple of exhaust line nuts that need to be removed, and (suprise, suprise) they're badly rusted. The rear muffler on this (not that old!) car rusted out just past the joint between the exhaust pipe and the muffler itself, leaving the joint connected, which I obviously need to get off before I can replace the gasket and put on the new muffler.

I've used PB Blaster before to remove nuts, but do the experts that do this stuff all the time have any tips or hints? Judging by the service manual diagram the bolts are built into the exhaust line itself, so I'd really hate to have to cut them.

Also, does anyone know why they bother with two mufflers? Seems like a big money grab to me, considering the dealers I called wanted over $400 just for the rear muffler. Even online it's gonna run me like $350!

Response From Sidom

As posted, you need the right tools for this job.

I'm not familiar with that exact set up but from what you've posted I would probably cut it off. If the nuts are in the new muffler, Then I'd replace just the bolts. If the nuts are in the old flange, I'd cut the nuts off the old flange & install new bolts & nuts....

I haven't pinged your IP but an 07 that rusted??? You have to be smack dab in the middle of the "rust belt",

Response From scudder Top Rated Answer

haha...Rochester, NY, and now Madison, WI. Rust belt indeed.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Greetings from RUSTO-CHUSETTS! Home of the "Blue Wrench" where Oxy/Acet is king!

That stuff is actually easy - just cut it all off or rusted nuts will remove while glowing red hot.

Now - Know this is 3,000 degrees F or more and one mistake with a gas line I'll hear the explosion from here.

This is not a good thing to learn the hard way or have to buy stuff to do this. If you have a cut off wheel and it's thru bolted and have room that could work.

Rust suks!

T

Response From dmac0923

if you dont have a torch set up, how about a grinder with a cutoff wheel?? if you have room you can cut the shank of the bolt or the head or nut off one side and hammer and punch it out.

Response From chickenhouse

If the dealers price includes installation, I'd say go for it!

Response From scudder

No, that price is for the part alone! I was afraid the words acetalyne and torch were going to come up, guess I'll be shopping around for a good labor rate.

Response From Hammer Time

Just take it to an independent exhaust shop and they will likely do the whole job for less than you are spending on parts. They have better sources. Midas will probably be the most expensive of them.

Response From Hammer Time

Exhaust work is not a back yard type job. You need an acetylene torch and impact tools. Sometimes you can get them apart by heating the nut with the torch but most of the time we just cut them off with the torch and replace them with new ones.

87' nissan sentra manual wont turn over

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Question From Guest on 87' nissan sentra manual wont turn over

hi i just installed a new muffler and i turned the car on to move it off the ramps i turned it off to cheack it then went to turn it back on and the lights came on but nothing else happened it is a 87' nissan sentra manual if someone could help me it would be great thank you

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Will it take a jump? If you were on ramps on back of car only the trunk light might have been on too long and taken the battery way down. Just a thought,

T

Nissan exhaust problem

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Question From Guest on Nissan exhaust problem

The exhaust pipe has came loose on my 1998 Nissan 200 sx se-r. It came loose at the weld on the pipe coming off the engine and where becomes the exhaust system. The muffler and catalytic converter are still in good working order. I have no welding equipment is there any way to reconnect the exhaust system. Thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

If a welded flange broke right off it will be tricky. There are some funky items for making up stuff without welding but it would probbly be best to take it to a shop that can do it right,

T