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  • Bosal Exhaust Silencers Toyota Sequoia 01-03
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2001 - Toyota Sequoia V 4663 285 Rear
Ansa
1993 Toyota Land Cruiser Exhaust Muffler Ansa

P311-1AC5504    New

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Ansa Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 08/1992-
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1993 - Toyota Land Cruiser
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1994 Toyota Land Cruiser Exhaust Muffler Ansa

P311-1AC5504    New

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Ansa Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: -12/1994
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1994 - Toyota Land Cruiser
Genuine
1996 Toyota Avalon Exhaust Muffler Genuine

P311-3546712    New

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Genuine Exhaust Muffler
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: 08/1996-
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1996 - Toyota Avalon
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1998 Toyota Avalon Exhaust Muffler Genuine

P311-3546712    New

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Genuine Exhaust Muffler
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1998 - Toyota Avalon
Genuine
1999 Toyota Avalon Exhaust Muffler Genuine

P311-3546712    New

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Genuine Exhaust Muffler
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -07/1999
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1999 - Toyota Avalon
Bosal
2002 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-2ADC8EF    New

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Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 12/2002-, with California Emissions
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2002 - Toyota Camry
Genuine
2002 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Genuine

P311-29A1236    New

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Genuine Exhaust Muffler
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2002 - Toyota Camry
Bosal
2004 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-2ADC8EF    New

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2004 - Toyota Camry
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2004 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Genuine

P311-29A1236    New

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2004 - Toyota Camry
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2005 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-2ADC8EF    New

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Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: -12/31/2005, with California Emissions
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2005 - Toyota Camry
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2005 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Genuine

P311-29A1236    New

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2005 - Toyota Camry
Bosal
2006 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-2ADC8EF    New

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2006 - Toyota Camry
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2006 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Genuine

P311-29A1236    New

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2006 - Toyota Camry
Bosal
2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-5AB430C    New

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Bosal Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 01/01/2006-
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2007 - Toyota FJ Cruiser
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2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser Exhaust Muffler Bosal

P311-5AB430C    New

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2008 - Toyota FJ Cruiser
Ansa
2005 Toyota Sienna Exhaust Muffler Ansa

P311-3B7F0E5    New

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2005 - Toyota Sienna
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2004 Toyota Sienna Exhaust Muffler Ansa

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2004 - Toyota Sienna
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2006 Toyota Sienna Exhaust Muffler Ansa

P311-3B7F0E5    New

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Ansa Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: -11/2006
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2006 - Toyota Sienna
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2004 Toyota Camry Exhaust Muffler Ansa

P311-52EE0F2    New

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Ansa Exhaust Muffler
  • Production: 07/2003-
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2004 - Toyota Camry

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1990 Toyota Camry muffler trouble

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Question From Guest on 1990 Toyota Camry muffler trouble

So the other day I was driving and my car got really loud. I recognized the noise because the same thing happened to my last car. I got home and checked my muffler (the problem from my last car) and saw that there was a break in the muffler. It breaks off right after the catalytic converter (thank god not the catalytic converter). I took some pics that I will post. I had my friends dad check it out, he's not really a mechanic but he knows some guys. He said that it will cost about $250. That is $130 more than the fix on my last car. He told me my tailpipe is fine, so Im not sure why $250. Is that what it's gonna cost? If not, then how much should it be?

These 2 pics were taken from the passenger door side.. So the catalytic converter is on the right.



These pics were taken from driver door (catalytic on the left)

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Bosal / Muffler for a 1990 Toyota Camry

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This was for the V6 "muffler pipe" which is still pricey. I'd have to look to see what's there as to what parts could be saved now. If some aftermarket creation instead of OE style it could need the whole deal from cat back - can't tell with a car this old what's been done already.

Get some PB on the bolts you'll need to undo. Nuts may be welded on one side and glowing red hot heat might be needed to get them out. If the bolts cooperate these types can be done in no time. Not certain but the threads may be hardware available and 8mmX1.25 or 1.5 - for threads,

T

97 Toyota Camry Muffler Scrapes - Is this a known problem?

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Question From Guest on 97 Toyota Camry Muffler Scrapes - Is this a known problem?

(1) 97 Toyota Camry Muffler scrapes often while pulling out of the driveway or speed bumps, no matter how careful I’m.
Is this a known problem?
(2) Yesterday it did scrape real too much than usual while getting into a driveway of an apartment.

Subsequently on starting the engine, the sound was slightly different. Could it be due to a possible damage to the muffler?

Any inputs on the above the way to diagnose further or repair (cost) would be helpful.

Thanks!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It has 2 rubber (do-nut) hangers at the back that may be broken. You'll have to check them.

2000 V6 Toyota Camry "Clunks"

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Question From krutoypotsan on 2000 V6 Toyota Camry "Clunks"

I recently purchased a 2000 Toyota Camry with approximately 92,000 miles. It's a V6, stick shift. I've noticed a "clunking sound" whenever I go over bumps or rough patches on the road. It is clearly coming from the right rear area of the car. I emptied my trunk of everything and it still clunked. My neighbor said to pull the seat off and make sure the bolt above the strut (I hope I'm using the right terms, I'm not much of a car person) was tight. It is tight, there are threads showing above the nut. I checked the muffler and a hanger was missing, allowing it to rattle side to side. I took some wire and wired the muffler to the chassis and it's still rattling. Any suggestions?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Replace with proper hangar,

T

Response From jwelch

this clunking could also be caused by a bad strut or upper strut mount

Response From krutoypotsan Top Rated Answer

I took it to a muffler shop, the hanger apparently wasn't missing, it was just bent. They bent it back into place. This changed the clunking a little bit, but it's definitely still there. Is there a way I can check the strut myself? This is the first car I've ever owned and I want to learn as much as I can. Thank you for your responses.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

When cool enough - just wiggle the tail pipe and see if you can duplicate the noise. If still there the hanger needs more work.

Struts: Just bounce the car by the bumper and see if it makes noise. If so - with a helper look at the strut while it's being bounced (keep bod out from underneath car please) and look for the loose spot - perhaps up top if it's that at all.

Try bumping items (use judgement) with rubber hammer. If no luck get it on a lift and with help find the noise,

T

Response From krutoypotsan

I can't duplicate it. The muffler just doesn't sound the same. It doesn't seem to happen consistently either. Thanks for your help, I guess I'll just take it in. Our mechanic is an old family friend, and does a good job. Although he does take his sweet time occasionally.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sometimes the inside of a muffler rusts even while leaving the outside looking good. Tone changes and sometimes you can hear that with the rubber hammer trick on muffler (carefully) or just an easy rev up and they might sound like sand/rocks in them. "Clunk" wouldn't be my description of that though - more of the tone change but who knows for sure?

T

Water leak near muffler

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Question From saguaro_west_photography on Water leak near muffler

I am thinking of buying a 2003 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner crewcab, 3.4l V-6 w 90k miles on it, from a private party. However when I started it up, it began to drip water steadily from near the muffler. Having never seen something like this before, I'm trying to find out if this is serious enough to consider NOT buying the vehicle. There was no odor, and it was just a steady drip, not a huge amount. I would've expected condensation from the a/c to appear further up front.

Response From Jeff Norfolk Top Rated Answer

As long as there are no performance problems with the way the engine runs than it is probably ok. The combustion process with produce a bit of moisture in the exhaust. There will also be a certain amount of condensation accumulate in the exhaust system which will be expelled at start up.

98 Toyota Corolla engine? noise with snow/rain

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Question From lostlittlerobot on 98 Toyota Corolla engine? noise with snow/rain

I have a '98 Toyota Corolla and i've noticed that at times when the ground is wet (when it snows or rains) my car makes this strange noise when you accelerate and the only way i can think of to describe it would be that it's similar to the sound of a muffler with a hole in it.

Any idea as to what this could be?

Response From steve01832

How well does the car run in the wet weather? Does it have a hard time starting? Does it buck or backfire when you give it a lot of gas?

Steve

Response From lostlittlerobot

It runs the same as always, it starts fine and accelerates the same--the only difference is just that it makes that noise while accelerating and you can feel it.. it's like a sputtering? i guess you could say.

Response From steve01832

This is one I would have to hear to diagnose. All I can tell you is to let the car idle and spray the ignition wires with water from a spray bottle. If the sputter starts, replace the ignition wires. The only common denominator here is that you say it is when it is wet outside, and since you say a sputtering noise is made, I'm thinking ignition system problem. Good luck and keep us posted on what is found.

Steve

Response From Tom Greenleaf

?? Does this noise sound come from the front, middle or back? Can you tell?

Engine cold can you twist and make a connection move? Just 2 more cents, T

Response From canadian

Hi Guys,

I have a 2001 standard, 150k (kilometers), it also sounds very noisy when accelerating, in winter slush hits the underside, it is almost as if the engine exhaust seems to separate at the header/manifold for a few seconds. Runs great like a bat outta hell, ease off the gas, and within 20-30 seconds she's back to normal.
Lately now in the summer I can almost bring this condition on, as you say when it's wet. But mostly under hard throttle, as if the torque separates at the manifold to exhaust junction.

But my other problem is a annoying rattle, driving straight in line, and mostly below 30mph, any slight road imperfection causes the rattle to both front wheels. Heavy bumps not so much, but sometimes even an expansion joint will do it.

Wheel nuts tight, callipers fine, bearings no play, checked all the bushings clean not worn. Ball joint tested no wheel play 6-12 or 3-9. It is metallic rattle but by turning in curves almost stops, head straight and it's back. Could it be steering related, very little play from wheel to wheel? Worn rack?
Any Ideas?

Response From Hammer Time

Please start a new question of your own for this. It gets way too confusing to work on more than one car in the same question.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

Agree with Hammer. Not to mention that the thread is over two years old.