How to Repair a Muffler with Tape?

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A special tape called a a muffler tape will be used to repair a muffler. The first step is to clean the affected area with sandpaper.Apply 2-3 overlapping layer of heavy fiberglass mesh. Let it set for 24 hours or more.
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What Is Muffler Tape?
Muffler tape is an inexpensive method to repair damage to a muffler that has been dragged on the ground or has rusted through. Muffler tape is not adhesive, instead using the heat of the exhaust system to bond to your current muffler.... More »
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1. Park the vehicle and let it cool down for at least two hours before proceeding. The tailpipe can exceed temperatures of 250 degrees Fahrenheit, causing serious burns if not allowed
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the 1st answer is good but it does not mention that the safety factor of an exhaust leak into the cabin of the auto is very dangerous to your health and as well your life --- please
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Function Muffler tape should be used to repair your muffler or exhaust system for a short time. You should take your vehicle to a dealership or exhaust specialty shop as soon as possible
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uh, about 15 seconds i would guess, good luck.
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