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Old 22-08-17, 02:32 PM   #1
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Default 2011 Peugeot 207 snapped exhaust mount.

Hello I am new to the forum, recently decided to start trying to fix some of my girlfriend's car issues

See photo below, the weld on this mount has snapped.
It's between the middle section and the rear silencer.


imgur.com/UW7cxQZ


Strangely her exhaust is one complete piece, I've never seen this before. All the cars I've ever owned are in 3 sections!

Is there any DIY kits that can recreate this mount?






I saw this bodge job on youtube but was hoping for something a bit more official.

imgur.com/38QhDNq


Thanks all!
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Old 22-08-17, 07:03 PM   #2
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I did a fix on my bosses Prius with a similar issue. I just drilled a hole through the webs on the broken off mount and fitted a u-clamp through the hole and round the exhaust.
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Have you got the strap round your back box? You can get them off ebay if you search for "Peugeot 207 exhaust bracket". I think this is a common problem as the one on mine snapped yesterday, a bit like the pic below, and when I went to fit a new strap I found the same lug on the inlet pipe had also failed.

Like you (I guess) I'm not happy supporting the whole weight of the exhaust on a single rubber bush but a bit more googling suggests a possible solution:



Just don't do what I did and undo the 2 fixing bolts that hold the rubber bush assy onto the chassis and snap one of the studs. :FFS:

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Old 23-10-17, 10:09 PM   #4
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Hi all thanks for the replies.
Sorry about the delay, life got in the way for a while there.

I followed windy1603's reply. I realised there was already a hole through the web bit, I just filed it a bit bigger and slotted a U-clamp through!

I hope this will pass an MOT with this?


Photo below for my handy work lol...
(the metal is a bit shiney as I was too messy with the WD40).


imgur.com/a/gBoqR
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