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1999 vitara 1.6 4u


 
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 20:48    Post subject: 1999 vitara 1.6 4u Reply with quote

hey guys and girls im wondering if someone can help me out

basically our lass has this vitara and the catalytic convertor broke up so in my haste i whipped it off , an got another few days later, with four new spring bolts, 2 conical mesh gaskets and a crush ring gasket (metal ring gasket)

am i right in thinking one conical mesh gasket goes in between the manifold and down pipe then its the crush ring gasket inbetween the down pipe an cat joined with the spring bolts and then a conical mesh gasket in between the cat and the back box

any help is greatly appreciated
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 20:51    Post subject: Reply with quote

oh i meant to say aswell originally the catalytic convertor sat towards the front joining to the downpipe but being a nice non gen from adnrew pages the cat sits at the back an joins up to the back box if this makes any difference to where the gaskets should be
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