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1994 Jaguar XJ12 Exhaust Tail Pipe Genuine

P311-51E8EE8    New

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Genuine Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • 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.
  • Left/Right
Brand: Genuine
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1994 - Jaguar XJ12
Starla
1988 Volvo 760 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-5D78E21    New

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Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • 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.
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  • NLA 10/14
Brand: Starla
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1988 - Volvo 760
Starla
1991 Volvo 940 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-5D78E21    New

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Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • 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.
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  • NLA 10/14
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1991 - Volvo 940
Starla
1986 Volvo 760 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-3CB9142    New

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$12.76
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
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Brand: Starla
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1986 - Volvo 760
Starla
1976 Volvo 242 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-45F86F1    New

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$21.34
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • 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.
  • L-Shaped
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1976 - Volvo 242
Starla
1988 Volvo 780 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-1F256A8    New

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Brand: Starla
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1988 - Volvo 780
Starla
1991 Volvo 940 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-1F256A8    New

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Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
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  • Chas: -28806, Sedan
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1991 - Volvo 940
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1991 Volvo 940 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-1F256A8    New

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$17.51
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
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  • Chas: -15200, Wagon
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1991 - Volvo 940
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1998 Volvo V70 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-04DC9BA    New

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$35.04
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  • Round Outlet (Single Outlet Tail Pipe)
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1998 - Volvo V70
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1993 Volvo 850 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-04DC9BA    New

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  • Round Outlet - Wagon
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1993 - Volvo 850
Starla
1994 Volvo 850 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-04DC9BA    New

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$35.04
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
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1994 - Volvo 850
Starla
1974 Volvo 142 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-590DC56    New

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$16.95
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • 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.
  • S-Shaped
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1974 - Volvo 142
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1997 Volvo S90 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-5913D06    New

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$21.28
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1997 - Volvo S90
Starla
1992 Volvo 960 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-5913D06    New

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$21.28
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • 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.
  • For Muffler w/o attached Tail Pipe
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1992 - Volvo 960
Starla
1991 Volvo 940 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-5913D06    New

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$21.28
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
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  • Chas: 28807-, Sedan
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1991 - Volvo 940
Starla
1991 Volvo 940 Exhaust Tail Pipe Starla

P311-5913D06    New

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$21.28
Starla Exhaust Tail Pipe
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  • Chas: 15201-, Wagon
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1991 - Volvo 940
Bosal
1995 Kia Sportage Exhaust Tail Pipe Bosal

P311-56251C1    New

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$31.86
Bosal Exhaust Tail Pipe
Brand: Bosal
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1995 - Kia Sportage
Bosal
1994 Honda Passport Exhaust Tail Pipe Bosal

P311-26F8F3B    New

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$42.02
Bosal Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • Production: 11/1993-, Also requires the following: Front gasket 256-390 1 per car Rear hanger 255-481 2 per car Front hanger 8-97023-183-0 2 per car
Brand: Bosal
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1994 - Honda Passport
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1995 Honda Passport Exhaust Tail Pipe Bosal

P311-26F8F3B    New

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$42.02
Bosal Exhaust Tail Pipe
  • Also requires the following: Front gasket 256-390 1 per car Rear hanger 255-481 2 per car Front hanger 8-97023-183-0 2 per car
Brand: Bosal
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1995 - Honda Passport
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1993 Isuzu Rodeo Exhaust Tail Pipe Bosal

P311-26F8F3B    New

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$42.02
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  • Production: 11/1992-
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Re: 96 Toyota Corolla Front Tail Pipe

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Question From johnson.tumble9 on Re: 96 Toyota Corolla Front Tail Pipe

hi tom i have the same problem in my car and by following your instruction i got sorted out my problem and solve it thanks dear for helping. please visit www (DELETED NOT ALLOWED)

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You need to read the FORUM RULES and start over.

antifreeze in cylinder 3 and 4

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Question From shelcase45 on antifreeze in cylinder 3 and 4

antifreeze in cylinder 3 and 4 of my 1999 ford contour 2.0 4 cylinder

can you tell me what is wrong with it

Response From re-tired

Cracked or warped head . Blown head gasket . blown intake gasket . TIme for a teardown and looksee.

Response From shelcase45 Top Rated Answer

there is water coming out of the tail pipe

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Keep running it - it won't be doing that much longer. It's as R-T said and needs a tear down (take apart) to diagnose probably a head gasket but keep running it and it will make a good mooring,

T

engine oil leaking into coolant reservoir

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Question From nana-nana on engine oil leaking into coolant reservoir

1996 Saturn SL1 manual 100,000 km oil is leaking into coolant reservoir. there is no smoke or water coming out of tail pipe. no water or coolant in oil.

Response From mschumacher1234

it isn't cracked. there's an oil cooler that the coolant runs through to cool the engine. it can leak. the oil would leak into the coolant because it's much higher pressure, but the coolant wouldn't go into the oil. sorry i didn't reply sooner

Response From Tom Greenleaf

We are all glad you didn't reply sooner as you don't know diddle and shouldn't post on a finished thead. Oil/coolant can leak anywhich way the opportunity area allows. You thing YOU know what's going on with this one?

Thread locked to be opened by request if original poster asks a moderator,

T

Response From Hammer Time

Yeah, he thinks he's real smart. This engine doesn't have a cooler.

Here's a TSB on the head problem. They even extended the warranty for this.


Bulletin No.: 99-P-01
Date: January 04, 2005
SPECIAL POLICY Subject:
Replacement of Cracked Cylinder Heads Models:
1994-1996 Saturn S-Series Vehicles with Single Overhead Cam (SOHC) Engines (1994: RPO LKO, 1995-1996: RPO L24) Attention: All Saturn Retailers and Authorized Service Providers in the United States and Canada
Condition
Certain Saturn vehicles equipped with 1.9L SOHC engines may develop a crack internal to the cylinder head. Early evidence of this would be abnormal discoloration within the coolant reservoir, and/or the engine may run hot.
Special Policy Adjustment
This Special Policy provides cylinder head coverage for a period of six years from the date the vehicle was originally placed in service, or 100,000 miles (160,000 km), whichever occurs first. The policy covers both the original owner, and any subsequent owners for the six-year/100,000 mile (160,000km) duration. The qualifying repairs will be made at no charge to the customer.
Vehicles Involved
All 1994-1996 Saturn S-Series vehicles equipped with 1.9L SOHC engines.
Parts Information
Parts required to perform a cylinder head replacement are to be obtained from Technical Information Bulletin 96-T-65B.
Service Procedure
When replacement of the cylinder head is required, refer to the service procedure as outlined in Technical Information Bulletin 96-T-65B.
Customer Notification
Customers will be notified of this special policy on their vehicles by Saturn Corporation via first class mail.
Customer Reimbursement
Customers with claims for previously paid repairs to replace the cylinder head for the subject condition are requested to contact their Saturn Retailer or the Saturn Customer Assistance Center to arrange for reimbursement. Repairs must have been performed within six years of the date the vehicle was originally placed in service, or 100,000 miles (160,000 km), whichever occurs first. If the repair was performed at a non-Saturn facility, customers will need to provide the original paid receipt or invoice verifying the repair, and proof of ownership of the vehicle at the time of repair.

Response From HT

This engine is well known for cracking cylinder heads and causing that.

Response From nana-nana

what all needs to be replaced, if that is the case? how long would be estimated time to complete work?

Response From HT

It's a major repair at considerable expense, $1000 or more. The cylinder head will have to be replaced and all that oil has to be cleaned out somehow.

I haven't examined your car so this is nothing but a suggestion that should be checked. Don't plan a repair around my guess.

Response From nana-nana Top Rated Answer

thanks for your time

2002 Aztek Oil in Reservoir?

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Question From DaveO on 2002 Aztek Oil in Reservoir?

Haven't run any tests but there is oil in coolant reservoir. Could that be a head gasket?

Response From Hammer Time

That depends. Can you determine whether it's engine oil or trans fluid?

Response From DaveO Top Rated Answer

Can't really tell. I did check the tail pipe and cannot smell anything.

Response From Hammer Time

You need to find out which it is. ATF could mean a broken cooler in the radiator. Engine oil could mean broken engine oil cooler if it has one, cracked head, bad head gasket.

Response From DaveO

Correct me if I'm wrong but if it's a bad head gasket wouldn't there be antifreeze in the oil when checking the dip stick?

Response From Hammer Time

Possibly but not definitely.

Response From DaveO

Would a radiator pressure tell me if a gasket is bad or compression test?

Response From Hammer Time

No, you need to first determine what kind of oil it is like I already said.

Response From DaveO

I checked this morning and I cannot see any traces of oil, just the fluid in the reservior. I listened to the kid who's vehical it is.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

DaveO - I'll at least give this "kid" credit for seeking some help if he/she thought there was a problem. For now it seems there isn't a problem,

T

Response From DaveO

I completed several tests and determined it was overheating just like he said. All it needed was a thermostat! someone he works with told him it was a head gasket. He saved alot of money. Thanks for all your help.

Response From Discretesignals

Be careful with the 3.4L in those. Just had one last week that was overheating and I put a T stat in it. It also had a burnt out fan motor on the driver's side. I thought I had it solved, but it came back. I never thought to block test it previously, but it ended up being combustion gases getting into the coolant system. Took the heads off and found that one of the dummy coolant passages outboard was eroded past the firing ring on #1 cylinder. Dex-cool, aluminum head, and cavitation erosion don't mix.

Response From DaveO

Thanks, I never thought to check the cooling fan. you are right about the dex cool. I told him to have everything flushed out and replace it with regular anti-freeze. He told me about a year and a half ago that he indeed have the head gasket replaced and it seemed to be doing the same thing as it was this time and that was overheating.

Response From Hammer Time

I told him to have everything flushed out and replace it with regular anti-freeze.

I wouldn't advise that at all. There is nothing wrong with running Dexcool and it is in fact recommended highly. The problem only occurs when it is left in too long or run low with air in the system.

Response From DaveO

Well the coolant level was if fact low, but not to bad. i added dexcool to fill level. He works with my son and drives about 18 miles a day and has run the vehicle two days in a row without any problems so far. I just hope the kid doesn't have any more problems because he only make minium wage and cannot afford much, and I didn't charge him anything except a thermostat.

Response From Hammer Time

There isn't much question that there is a leak somewhere that hasn't been found yet. the system needs to be pressure tested to see if there is any leakdown and where.

Response From DaveO

I have a pressure tester and my son is going to tell him to stop by after work tomorrow and I'll test the pressure. The car is missing in #1 cyclinder and I will test compression. I put in new spark plugs and one new wire because that's all the wire I had. The miss stopped but not sure what's it doing now.

Response From Hammer Time

It could be leaking coolant from the intake gasket into the #1 intake port and then into the cylinder fouling the plug.

Response From DaveO

Thought about that but didn't see anything when I took out the plug but very difficult to see anything. Sure hope thats not the problem but definitely could be. I also looked at the plug and some of the ceramic was gone. I also didn't see any coolant on the plug itself and it wasn't wet.

Response From Hammer Time

They also have bad intake gaskets very often.

Response From DaveO

I checked around the intake and visually didn't see any leaks, but thats not to say it wasn't leaking somewhere else. I want him to bring the vehicle back this weekend so I can check some more and someone told me that the lines have to be bled more than once.

Response From DaveO

Thanks and in the morning I'll do that!

exhaust

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Question From Guest on exhaust

I have a 2001 Chevy, Metro and the muffler is falling apart. Do I have to replace everything( tubing and all) or can I just replace the muffler?

Response From flgmtech1 Top Rated Answer

If you are replacing the with factory parts it comes with the resonator parts and muffler and tail pipe as an assembly, the muffler itself aftermarket can be serviced by cutting off ahead of the muffler but the hard part is to be ble to access over the top of the rear suspension. You can remove the two bolts at the flange in front of the resonator and lower the entire section down off of the rubber hangers and move forward of the suspension enough to access the front of the muffler pipe section, cut off and using a coupler join the exsisting pipe to the new aftermarket muffler and tail pipe.

Response From flgmtech1

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