Exhaust Systems reduce noise and remove harmful fumes away from your vehicle.
WHAT DOES THE EXHAUST SYSTEM DO?
The purpose of an exhaust system is not just to minimize engine noise, but also to redirect lethal fumes away from your car. Carbon monoxide gas is a colorless, odorless chemical that may escape from an unsecured exhaust system. If the chemical is inhaled it may cause health hazards. Because of this, it is important to have your exhaust system examined and maintained on a regular basis. Correctly functioning exhaust systems also assists in safeguarding the environment from damaging emissions released into the environment.
WHY IS SERVICE IMPORTANT?
A loud car may be an indicator that it’s time for a brand-new muffler or exhaust system. Identifying signs of rust, wear and damage may protect against splits and leaks in the exhaust system. Several states and cities require emissions testing to register your car. Checking for laws prior to registering your automobile may save you money and time, before your emissions testing.
WHAT INDICATES THAT MY MUFFLER AND EXHAUST SYSTEM MAY HAVE PROBLEMS?
- Loud thumps, growls, or bangs
- Indicators of corrosion
- A vibration or shaking of your muffler when idling
- If your muffler is hanging lower than normal
- It has been more than a year since your exhaust system has been checked.
WHAT DOES A MUFFER/EXHAUST SYSTEM INSPECTION INVOLVE?
- Ensuring that mounts are safe and secure
- Examining your exhaust pipelines for splits
- Examining your catalytic converter– the devise that redirects dangerous emissions
- Checking oxygen sensing units
- Inspecting exhaust manifolds and gaskets for wear
- Examining the muffler for indicators of corrosion or wear
Call us now to book your next muffler repair before your next emissions inspection. Or click the schedule service button. It’s that easy!