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Hello I am new here. Im from Wi and I own a 2000 Chrysler Sebring Lxi. So far the car has treated me really, really good just the normal wear and tear and a few small things that had to be replaced, but overall nothing really major.

My question for all you guru's out there is there a parts place to buy the flex pipe at a reasonable cost? Dealer said over 500 just for the pipe. Any ideas?
 

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Welcome to Allpar. I'm not sure what you're referring to when you say the flex pipe, so I don't have a clue. I'm not a mechanic, though.
 

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Welcome to Allpar!
 

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Hi Everyone.

I'm supposed to tell you about myself. I am a Auto parts technician with Auto Value Auto Parts
in Lethbridge Alberta Canada. My personal Fleet of Mopars consists of the following.
1998 Dodge Neon Sport, 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan, 1985 Dodge B250 Home&Park RV conversion van & Last but not least my Project Car is a 1981 Chrysler Lebaron Medalion.

I've been in autoparts for 12 years and i've met alot of people in the mopar world, and i'm surprised at how many times i have a customer come in and and the other parts stores can't seem to help the "Dodge" guys out. I like the effort it takes to work on Mopars, I suppose if nobody wanted to work on thier car and take the easy way out. They would jump on the Chebbie band wagon, Well.
NOT ME.Since I entered Mopardom I really learn some Surprisingly cool history.

I'm really glad i finally joined Allpar. Soon I'll buy a subscription and then the real fun will begin....

Jon
 

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You should be able to take either of these part numbers to your local parts store.

AP Exhaust 642695
Walker Exhaust 54444

I hope this helps
Jon
 
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