Because of their role in safety and emission control, damaged or clogged catalytic converters must be replaced at the first sign of trouble. Attempting to accelerate with no change in speed or a sulfur smell are both signs of a catalytic converter problem.
There are many reasons why a center exhaust system would need to be replaced, from a failing catalytic converter to clogged or corroded pipes. Postponing a center exhaust section replacement puts you and your passengers at risk from harmful gases and impending vehicle breakdowns.
Downpipes are essential for converting your engine’s emissions into less harmful substances. A malfunctioning downpipe can compromise the efficiency and performance of your vehicle’s entire exhaust system. If your car is making louder sounds than normal or you experience problems with acceleration, you may have downpipe damage.
Your exhaust system works to minimize the pollutants your vehicle releases into the air. It also keeps dangerous gases, such as carbon monoxide, from entering your vehicle’s cabin. Routine inspections are vital for identifying damage before it impacts your vehicle’s performance and the health of you and your passengers.
Is there a ticking sound coming from the underside of your vehicle? It could be a sign that the manifold is in need of repair. Regular use can lead to corrosion and damage to the manifold, resulting in decreased engine power and performance as well as hard acceleration.
While routine visual inspections promote ongoing muffler health, more thorough inspections are needed to look for signs it needs to be replaced. Over time, mufflers can rust, rot and obtain road damage. If your muffler is vibrating excessively, covered in soot or making loud noises, it may be time for a replacement.
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