2001 Saturn SL1 - 158,500 miles. I'm the original owner. I was under the car today, pounding on the starter to remedy a no crank/no start. I saw that the exhaust system doesn't appear to be connected to the engine any more! I had been experiencing noisy exhaust, but I thought it was a pinhole leak or something like that. Of course, when I got it started today, forget noisy exhaust, she roared like a Harley. I'm not expecting any miracles here, but is there anything I can do as a very temporary / "hold this thing together for a month without killing anyone" fix? A clamp or epoxy, or something along those lines? Just looking to push off the mechanic's visit for a little bit. Based on the age of car, and that every exhaust component is original and 16 years old, I'm guessing this is going to be a lot more than a minor job. The car's just at the age that when replacing one component often dominoes into more than that. Here's a photo of it. Front of the car is on the right, downstream is on the left. Thanks for any feedback.