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hey i used to drive a civic i recently bought an automatic mustang gt 2000 with 90k miles on it. and i like it alot. i dont know much about mustangs. One of the 2 exhaust pipes is bent allitle more towards the out than the other one. and looks as if its dented. is there any way to fix this? I would buy a new exhaust but i dont have enough cash.
I got this car visually checked from the ford dealership and the only 2 things they said were bad was the breaks and the belt was starting to wear out. The rest was all 100% good. Also, say im racing someone, when i stomp on the gas and the rpm gets to about 6000 and is about to fall back down, it makes a screaming noise. i was thinking its the pulley or belt. I wasnt sure, have any of you had this problem before ? Thanks for answering everyone.
I look forward to looking into the forums and installing bolt ons on it in the future.
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