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Oh ok sweet!!!!! That is a HUGE RELIEF. Thanks!!!! I guess the heat shields from the stock header blocked off that area and I never saw it before. :D

Edit: Wait, I noticed that it is dripping onto the inside of the bottom of the car, is it supposed to do that rather than drip right onto the road? I never looked down there so I have no idea. Thanks!
 

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Ok thank you, I will take a look to see if it's just pushed in or if it needs to be connected to something else. Hahaha yeah I only have a phone camera... :p
 

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Thanks for the picture, I am having a little trouble spotting it, is it the tube that is being tied up by the yellowish wiring in the top left? Or the tubing to the left of the exhaust pipe?
 

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Ok thank you, mine looks to be about the same, but maybe sticking out a little bit more. I took it back to the shop that installed the header and asked them what the leak was (without mentioning anything) and they said it was normal as well (AC condenser drainage), and that it was probably dripping on the stock header heatshield before and since that the heatshield is now gone, it drips onto the tubing below it.

I do drive the car in the wintertime, so I am wondering (and concerned) if the water dripping onto the tubing would cause any problems? As the tubing below should be for the power steering?

Thanks!

Edit: The shop also said they had to remove the midpipe when they installed the header, and charged me for an extra gasket (I was expecting two but there's three charged) and just wanted to know if that was normal practice to take off the midpipe to install a header?
 

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Ok thanks for the replies! Sounds good I'll try to find a way to cover the tubes it's dripping on. Is there a way to change the thread title?
 
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