1.2 LT 2010 - Chevrolet Spark 1.2 - Exhaust Melting Bumper - anonymouse

Hi All,

I got an exhaust replaced on my car a few months ago from the original. I noticed today that part of the bumper is starting to melt right underneath the exhaust.

The sticker on the rear exhaust says part CV13D (KLARIUS), and from there UK parts tables, this is for the 1.0 Engine. (www.klarius.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/UK-Parts...f)

Have the garage seriously messed up? There must be a reason why there is a different exhausts for different engine sizes.

1.2 LT 2010 - Chevrolet Spark 1.2 - Exhaust Melting Bumper - Railroad.

Unfortunately there is often a huge quality difference between genuine exhaust systems and non-genuine ones. The latter often don't sit correctly, poorly manufactured, and need heating up and tweaking here and bending there. It's always been the case for as long as I can remember having worked in the trade for over 40 years. I suspect you have a non-genuine system that doesn't fit exactly right. I'd go back to the people who fitted it and say you're not satisfied.

 

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