You can repair it with a welder or you can replace it.
I dont think a tire will wobble unless the entire wheel wobbles.... Problems with the undercarraige could cause this. Also if a tire has uneven treadwear from a poor alignment, it could wobble. A missing balance weight, or improperly balanced tire could cause wobble. Emergency braking could leave a flat spot in the tire. Check all four tires for treadwear patterns, to see if the tire is balding in one section faster than others. Ideally it will bald from the center outwards evenly as the tire ages. If the tires look even, then most likely a problem with the undercarraige is causing the wheel to wobble (broken, worn or missing component). A tire could have internal belt damage from hitting a deep pot hole hard and cause it to wobble after.
It could, but usually if the PVC is stuck the car will barly run if at all. Shake the valve it should rattle. If your still not sure pull the valve from its hole and with the engiene running put your finger on the end of the valve and see if anything changes
Your car will leak anti-freeze/coolant. If you run out of fluid in your radiator then your car will overheat in a short period and cause much more damage. Fix your radiator!
it probably means you have a hole in your tube, you should get this checked-out as it will soon run out and cause your engine to over-heat, try not to use your car at all until you can bring it in to a mechanic
If there's a hole in the muffler, you will begin to hear a loud roaring noise when you drive. You also will notice toxic fumes coming out from the muffler. These fumes can cause headaches, dizziness, and other health problems when inhaled.
Hole in the muffler.
you could have a small hole in your exhaust between your engine and your muffler....you can patch the exhaust or replace your exhaust
A hole in the muffler would cause a knocking sound in your muffler. A loose exhaust pipe can also cause a knocking noise.
If there is a rotted hole in the muffler please replace the muffler. However, if there is a small hole at the bottom end of the muffler it is there to allow water to escape.
Not likely. But you know you have a hole in your muffler so unless you want to have an accident from carbon monoxide poisoning you should have it replaced ASAP. Then reset the light and if it does not come back on, you know that was the cause.
i have a hole in my muffler right in the middle of the muffler how can i cover it
Generally a hold in the muffler will make your car sound excessively loud. Carbon Monoxide may also fill the cab of your car or truck and you should have it repaired as soon as possible to avoid exposure to lethal fumes.
you want to make a hole in a muffler or you want to patch one up. Make a hole you can use a drell patch a hole best use sheet metal and rivets then muffler puddy around that
The cause could be your muffler. Mine has a hole in it and when I accelerate it roars, kind of like a vacuum.
Damage. Hole. Perished gasket. Incorrectly fitted. Corrosion.