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- Damaged muffler 2 (Moving car)
A car with a damaged muffler. Parked car. Starting the engine. Moving car. Stopping the engine. UCS Category: VEHCar. Duration: 01:12.
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- Damaged muffler 1 (Moving car)
A car with a damaged muffler. Parked car. Starting the engine. Moving car. Stopping the engine. UCS Category: VEHCar. Duration: 00:34.
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- Damaged muffler 3 (parked car)
A car with a damaged muffler. Parked car. Starting the engine. Stopping the engine. UCS Category: VEHCar. Duration: 00:16.
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- Damaged muffler 3 (Moving car)
A car with a damaged muffler. Parked car. Starting the engine. Moving car. Stopping the engine. UCS Category: VEHCar. Duration: 00:48.
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- Damaged muffler (accelerations, parked car)
A car with a damaged muffler. Parked car. Starting the engine. Accelerations. Stopping the engine. UCS Category: VEHCar. Duration: 00:47.
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- Damaged muffler 2 (parked car)
A car with a damaged muffler. Parked car. Starting the engine. Stopping the engine. UCS Category: VEHCar. Duration: 00:44.
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- Damaged muffler 1 (parked car)
A car with a damaged muffler. Parked car. Starting the engine. Stopping the engine. UCS Category: VEHCar. Duration: 00:08.
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