How to install a new catback for your car?

Gather the tools: a jack, jack stands, a socket set, a wrench set, penetrating oil, a pry bar, a rubber mallet, and safety goggles.

Lift the car: Use a jack to lift the rear of the car, nsure the car is stable and won't move while you work.

Locate the existing catback, remove the old catback: Use penetrating oil to loosen rusted or stuck bolts. Use a wrench to remove the clamps or bolts connecting the catback to the rest of the exhaust system.

Install the new catback: Place the new catback in position, aligning the hangers and connections, ensure the new catback is properly aligned. Ensuring it's not touching any other components.

Tighten the connections: Use a socket set or wrench to tighten the clamps or bolts connecting the new catback to the rest of the exhaust system.

Lower the car: Carefully lower the car from the jack stands using the jack.

Test for leaks: Start the car and let it run for a few minutes, listen for any unusual noises or leaks.

Note: Professional installation is necessary.


Someone recently bought a

The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience. Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site.

Your cart