We remove the muffler and converter during burnout or during dismantling, any nodes at which it is necessary to remove these parts.
Tools required: hammer, wrenches 10, 13, pliers, penetrating fluid WD-40
We install the car on a viewing ditch or lift
We apply WD-40 penetrating fluid, or brake fluid, to the threaded parts of bolts and nuts.
Exhaust gas converter replacement
Unscrew the nut of the clamp that secures the converter intake pipe to the turbine pipe adapter
It is more convenient to unscrew this nut from the side of the engine compartment
We unscrew the two nuts securing the converter pipe to the muffler.
Disconnect the flanges and remove the sealing ring
We unscrew the nut of the bolt securing the converter bracket to the bracket on the gearbox
Remove the neutralizer.
Install the neutralizer in reverse order.
Replacing the muffler
The muffler is suspended on the frame brackets using two clamps
Each collar is attached through two rubber pads
Unscrew the two nuts securing the muffler to the converter pipe
We unscrew the nuts of the coupling bolts and remove the bolts
Remove the muffler
Remove the sealing ring
If necessary, remove the muffler clamps from the bracket
Move the pillow from the bracket and remove it.
We also remove other pillows
We unscrew the two bolts securing the bracket to the side member and remove the bracket
Install all removed parts in reverse order.
We lubricate the threaded parts of bolts and nuts with graphite grease