What the Exhaust System does:The role of an exhaust system is not just to dampen engine sound, but also to redirect dangerous fumes away from your vehicle. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless chemical that will escape from an unsecured exhaust system. If the carbon monoxide is breathed in it could cause severe health hazards. For your safety as well as the safety of your passengers, it is necessary to have your exhaust system inspected on a consistent basis.
Why Do I Need This Service?
A loud vehicle could be an indicator that it’s time for a brand-new muffler or exhaust system. Identifying areas of corrosion, wear, and damages might prevent fractures and holes in the exhaust system. Several states and cities call for emissions testing to register your vehicle. Have your vehicle’s exhaust system evaluated annually.
When to get your muffler inspected:
Loud thumps, growls, or bangs
A vibration or shaking of your muffler when idling
Signs of rust
If your muffler is dangling lower than normal
Our exhaust system examination consists of:
Checking your catalytic converter– the devise that lowers dangerous emissions
Checking exhaust manifolds and gaskets for wear
Inspecting your exhaust pipelines for fractures
Evaluating oxygen sensors
Inspecting the muffler for indicators of rust or wear
Contact Sims Automotive Repair soon to arrange your next muffler repair before your next emissions inspection.
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Visit Sims Automotive Repair to arrange your next muffler repair or other automotive needs. Contact us today for a free consultation