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#725406 - July 06th 2017 12:53 am Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge?  
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Hi again guys....

My '93 Dodge now has developed exhaust issues. I think I've got a crack in the pass side manifold flange, and there is a definite hole in the Y-pipe. Both need replacement.

Problem is - I can't seem to find those parts. Anyone have a link for replacement exhaust parts for a 1993 B250 Dodge Van?

Chris


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1977 Dodge B200 Shorty V8-360 4.10 rear w/OD A518 tranny
1993 Dodge B250 Hi-Top V8-318
1994 Dodge B250 Lo-Top V8-318 (RIP 1998-2013)
#725517 - July 09th 2017 6:36 pm Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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My 81 B250 van with the 318 engine and 727 Trans is a bit earlier than yours so the part numbers might not match, but I'll chime in in case it helps.

I had problems finding correct parts too; the local auto shops were happy to sell me Y-pipe replacements, but they didn't fit correctly, running too close to the transmission pan. They were functional, but I couldn't use the stock support bracket, and the transmission would cook...

It didn't help that the van came with no catalytic converter; someone had custom bent the rear part. I wanted to put the cat back in just in case I ever had to get an emissions test.

After a bunch of determined research, I eventually figured out that the majority of local parts stores sell Merit brand exhaust, who simply don't make a direct replacement, and what the parts stores were substituting, the Merit #95949, didn't fit!

I finally tracked down a Walker exhaust dealer, and the Walker #40347 Y-pipe fit perfectly.

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I bought the catalytic converter on eBay.

Please try to locate a Walker dealer, and your success rate is likely to improve greatly!

It may be worth checking Rock Auto to see if they have the exhaust manifolds. Hopefully it's not the passenger side one. It's a PITA dealing with the heat riser! I found a source for the parts, but it requires some precision welding.

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#725565 - July 10th 2017 9:56 pm Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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Ram, thanks. I'm going to try to contact a Walker dealer - because when I put in that 40347 part # into the computer, it's telling me that's not a match for my van.

AND, it *is* the passenger side. Ugh.


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1993 Dodge B250 Hi-Top V8-318
1994 Dodge B250 Lo-Top V8-318 (RIP 1998-2013)
#725567 - July 11th 2017 12:15 am Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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There's enough years difference between our vans that I figured that might be the case, but at least you have a new lead now. Please let us know what you find!

BTW, depending on whether your replacement exhaust manifold includes the heat riser valve or not, you may be really happy to learn that I dug around a bit and found my heat riser valve kit for the passenger side exhaust manifold. It's made by ATP Graywerks, #105021. It is identical in every way to OEM from what I can see, even including the identical instruction sheet!

The kit includes the stainless shaft and valve plate, the seals, bushings, weight, clock spring, and more. Not cheap, but getting that system working is worthwhile, and if your vehicle has an O2 sensor, substantial leaks from those shaft seals can pull enough excess Oxygen into the exhaust ahead of the O2 sensor to really confuse the engine controller, which will inject more fuel to try to bring the O2 down to the level it expects, making the engine run rich as a pig!

No one likes a smelly van which bogs down and can't get out of its own way!


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#726240 - July 29th 2017 6:27 pm Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: Ram4ever]  
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An update here: I contacted a Walker rep and he said that they do not make this Y-pipe anymore, and they have no idea if any of the old casts are floating around in dealer inventories. My local trusted auto repair guy who owns a NAPA store says he can get one for me.......I'm going to check with him......


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1977 Dodge B200 Shorty V8-360 4.10 rear w/OD A518 tranny
1993 Dodge B250 Hi-Top V8-318
1994 Dodge B250 Lo-Top V8-318 (RIP 1998-2013)
#726242 - July 29th 2017 6:45 pm Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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I like to look up the walker exhaust part numbers on http://www.walkerexhaust.com and then check ebay and rockauto for the best prices.


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#726243 - July 29th 2017 7:51 pm Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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Yeah unfortunately, Reed, their website doesn't have a Y-pipe part number listed anymore on their diagram for a 92-93 Dodge van. The rep told me if there's no number - we don't make it anymore. HOWEVER, there is a Y-pipe for a 88-89 Dodge Van, under the same part number Ram posted.

Would there be a difference between the Y-pipes on a 89 and a 93 Dodge??


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1977 Dodge B200 Shorty V8-360 4.10 rear w/OD A518 tranny
1993 Dodge B250 Hi-Top V8-318
1994 Dodge B250 Lo-Top V8-318 (RIP 1998-2013)
#726244 - July 29th 2017 7:59 pm Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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The diagram here says that part number works up to a 91 with a 5.2 V8...........
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1977 Dodge B200 Shorty V8-360 4.10 rear w/OD A518 tranny
1993 Dodge B250 Hi-Top V8-318
1994 Dodge B250 Lo-Top V8-318 (RIP 1998-2013)
#726245 - July 29th 2017 11:22 pm Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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I can't think of any reason why a 92 318 would use a different exhaust than a 91 318.


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#726255 - July 30th 2017 10:33 am Re: Where to find exhaust parts for 93 Dodge? [Re: RavshngOne]  
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Because Dodge switched over to Magnum 5.2's in 1992, would this have possibly any bearing on differences in where the manifold would connect to a y-pipe flange?


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1993 Dodge B250 Hi-Top V8-318
1994 Dodge B250 Lo-Top V8-318 (RIP 1998-2013)
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