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Trick to Pulling Off the Exhaust Hanger Bushing

Having the muffler broken off the intermediate pipe while driving home in my 1995 Honda Civic EX Coupe, I was forced to remove it so that I can drive the car to the muffler shop. But removing the muffler and the rubber hanger bushing was quite difficult. No amount of pulling and pushing would budge the bushing while lying in an awkward angle underneath the car.

But watching the following video showed me the trick. The trick is basically spray silicone lubricant onto the rubber bushing, where it touches the metal hangers. I happen to have the silicone lubricant in my garage, so after spraying the rubber hanger with the spay, it slid off the metal hooks effortlessly.

Sat, 01 Jun 2013 13:11:43 +0400

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