How to Find and Repair Exhaust Leaks EASY (Without a Welder)

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, August 1, 2018
  • Learn how to find exhaust leaks in your car or truck and then repair them without a welder using some common, inexpensive exhaust sealer products. To repair the exhaust leak you can use an exhaust putty, tape, or clamp.

    Exhaust Putty: https://amzn.to/2FAuYvJ
    Exhaust Tape: https://amzn.to/2TXThXH
    Exhaust Clamp: https://amzn.to/2n4X9b7
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  • ChrisFix

    ChrisFix

     a years ago +1102

    I will be at POCONO SPEEDWAY this weekend Aug 4th and 5th for some drifting so come by and say hello and maybe even come for a ride along!!!
    I worked hard to make this fix as simple and cheap as possible so anyone can do this at home! If I can cut a hole in my exhaust the size of a playing card, you can fix your small leak!

    Here is what I used:
    Exhaust Putty: https://amzn.to/2vaDye2
    Exhaust Tape: https://amzn.to/2MakvqN
    Exhaust Clamp: https://amzn.to/2n4X9b7
    Sandpaper (100 grit): https://amzn.to/2KfXwsw
    Shop Vac: https://amzn.to/2AySXdc
    Electric Leaf Blower: https://amzn.to/2n5nOoc

  • 1981 love

    1981 love

     4 hours ago

    I want ChrisFix in my country 😢

  • 1981 love

    1981 love

     4 hours ago

    U R LEGEND 👍

  • 1981 love

    1981 love

     4 hours ago

    Why Arabic language ???

  • intheshitter

    intheshitter

     19 hours ago

    When I was 16, I used a putty to repair my exhaust but it was the wrong stuff (it was for things that aren't meant to get hot) and it gave off a horrific smell lol.

  • naz anwar

    naz anwar

     2 days ago

    Thank you, my friend, you are a live saver thanks to your previous video today I have changed my brake pads and disks for my Vauxhall (Opel) Corsa and now I am more confident more knowledgable than ever with my car respect from UK

  • Patrick Mittel

    Patrick Mittel

     2 days ago

    Wouldn't the air go in the engine causing to add pressure when you start it? Someone please explain

  • MrAwsomeshot

    MrAwsomeshot

     4 days ago

    I gotta do this on my v6 mustang. I was going to get headers but I am selling it since v6 is lame, but this is an easy fix to help get a bit more value out of it.

  • Big Joe

    Big Joe

     4 days ago

    THANKS FOR SHARING YOUR KNOWLEDGE

  • Veni Vidi Vici

    Veni Vidi Vici

     5 days ago

    Mr. Rust decided to eat away the joint near the muffler flange on my 97 Toyota Camry. I purchased a few packs of Exaust repair tape and taped that joint up good. The exhaust system isn’t perfect but it’s not loud and obnoxious when I give it gas. The police here are sensitive to very loud exhaust and will pull you over. Still sounds like a muffled sports car 😂

  • Indika chaturanga

    Indika chaturanga

     5 days ago

    Omg thanks bro

  • Maple,Pine &Cedar

    Maple,Pine &Cedar

     5 days ago +2

    Listen to this- XD

  • edward malsi

    edward malsi

     6 days ago

    That is the better mustang sorry

  • jim eidbo

    jim eidbo

     7 days ago

    Listed products don’t match ones used in video.

  • jim eidbo

    jim eidbo

     7 days ago

    Might one use putty then tape for even better fixxxx???

  • jdw0909

    jdw0909

     7 days ago

    I just wanted to let you know that the link for the exhaust putty comes up with the wrong item. It shows a JB weld putty that is only good for up to 450F continuous heat.


    Once I scrolled down, I was able to find the correct item. But I just wanted to let you know that the link in the description is not correct, I would just hate to see people ordering the wrong item and going to all that trouble to fix the leak for nothing. (I nearly did!)

  • casio56

    casio56

     7 days ago

    Flex tape will do better

  • MXL94305CP

    MXL94305CP

     7 days ago +3

    "That was a large rust hole."
    now the plasma cutter is called rust

  • random guy

    random guy

     7 days ago

    Hey chris would this also work for vacuum leaks?

  • Popo Vici

    Popo Vici

     7 days ago

    Tout talk too mach man