Exhaust & Muffler Repair Services

The exhaust system ensures toxic fumes stay out of your car cabin and works to make your engine run correctly. It also helps give you the best possible fuel efficiency and cuts emissions that pollute the air. 

Because the process is loud, a muffler is used to cancel out the sound. However, the muffler not only reduces the noise level, but also controls the back pressure of the engine. If your car’s muffler has a hole, then you can experience a carbon monoxide leak, so it’s important to fix it right away. Make sure you contact a professional exhaust shop or auto repair service, as a DIY muffler patch is never a good idea.

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Keeping Your Car Exhaust Pipe Maintained
 

The exhaust pipe plays a key role in diverting exhaust fumes out of your engine, which in turn keeps your vehicle running smoothly. Built-up exhaust fumes can ultimately cause engine deterioration, which makes it important to have your exhaust pipe regularly inspected at a professional muffler shop.

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Decrease in Fuel Efficiency
 

If you notice your regular fill-ups aren’t getting you as far as they used to, take your car to a local service center for an inspection. As with vibrations, loss of fuel efficiency might be a sign of a car exhaust system problem. Exhaust leaks makes your motor work harder, which requires more gas.

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A Failing or Failed Catalytic Converter
 

IThe catalytic converter is the most costly part of your exhaust system. If your catalytic converter begins to fail, you will hear loud sounds. A failing catalytic converter sounds like someone shaking a metal box filled with pennies while your car is in idle. You may also notice your check engine light is illuminated.