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The term “Back Pressure” in automobile mechanics refers to the pressure, above atmospheric pressure, which inhibits the exhaust of an engine as measured in the manifold. The pressure is a resistance to free flow, and may be a result of a restriction in the exhaust system, a blockage, pressure developed by other exhaust components or a defect.

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