|09-13-2011 10:46 AM|
|Garyk||A big chrome pipe, and maybe some Yosemite Sam mudflaps|
|09-12-2011 09:03 PM|
|jfbilbro||that'd be cool...until somebody grabbed it|
|09-12-2011 05:10 PM|
|quadrophine||and actually look kinda cool.|
|09-12-2011 05:10 PM|
|quadrophine||i know this is an old ass thread but have started so many i feel bad... but i was thinking about rigging up an exhaust like a diesel trucks, where the exhaust pipe runs right up and over the vehicle. anyone seen this done?? think it would look stupid. i figure it would solve the exhaust smell problem.|
|04-20-2007 11:43 PM|
Or so you won't die from carbon monoxide poisoning!?
|04-20-2007 10:30 PM|
|Joey||Thanks for all the advice. Ill let you all know what I figure out. I have got to do something so my wife will ride with me.|
|04-19-2007 03:44 AM|
|jeepfanatic||inspect all the seals and make sure they are fitted properly and there are no cracks or splits. Also check the underbody to make sure there are no rust holes that can allow the fumes to enter. you should have the complete jeep exhaust system checked for leaks as well. if there is a leak, have it fixed right away, this may prevent the exhaust smell.|
|04-17-2007 11:38 PM|
Solution? Your catalytic converter may be bad. You may be using seasonal fuels. You may be doing stop and go driving which never allows your Catalytic converter to heat up and do it's job.
My suggestion is buy a quart of the purest acetone you can find and add 2 oz to every 10 gallons of gas you buy. Do that for two weeks and see for yourself. The acetone bonds chemically with gasoline making it burn more efficiently. You may discover extra power and better mileage at the same time.
|04-16-2007 12:35 PM|
|daddyjeep||Skeeter is right on the money. The fumes can't efficiently get away from the Jeep because of the swirling air back there. a Buddy of mine had a full size blazer that did the same thing. I dumped my exhaust out in front of the rear tire. I ran the pipe between the leaf spring and the frame to keep it protected. I don't know if this will completely cure your problem, but it could help.|
|04-16-2007 08:57 AM|
It sounds like you may have a small exhaust leak under the cab somewhere. Check the Cat and the pipes that run under the body. I would also check your header for any cracks. It may be sucking it into the vents from the engine.
Also, does your tailpipe come out far enough and is it pointing down?
|04-16-2007 05:47 AM|
|04-15-2007 09:37 PM|
Exhaust ventilation is a problem with any square back vehicle due to the airflow vortex created by the shape, it holds the exhaust right there.
On that note however...duuuude, the colors.....
|04-15-2007 09:01 PM|
|amerijeep||I have the 4.0, but I have been smellin' exaust for years now. never thought much about it, but I suspect that my issue is a rusted out pipe.|
|04-15-2007 08:51 PM|
For any of you who have the old 258 4.2, what is the best way to stop the exhaust smell? Would putting the exhaust pipe behind the rear tires, out the side, help? Anytime I have the top off or the windows open, there is a strong exhaust smell inside. My exhaust pipe comes straight out the back. Does anyone else have this problem?