Your exhaust system is more than a muffler; it is a series of pipes that run under your car, connected with your muffler and your catalytic converter. The main function of your exhaust system is to control noise and to funnel exhaust fumes away from passengers.
Exhaust System Repair
In some ways, a car's exhaust system works like a chimney on your house, directing the by-products from burning fuel away from the people inside. A car's exhaust system routes waste gases from the engine to the rear of the car, where they are discharged into the atmosphere. Exhaust gases contain dangerous substances such as carbon monoxide, which can be hazardous if allowed to flow into the passenger housing of the car. In order to ensure proper operation of your exhaust system, we recommend having it checked and, if needed, maintained regularly by our specialists at Hosie and Brown Service. On the upside, a well-functioning exhaust system can increase your engine’s efficiency translating into fuel savings for you as well as saving the people’s health that are inside the vehicle cabin.
Exhaust System Replacement
Another fate which vehicle exhausts are made to suffer is that they are constantly bombarded by dirt, salt, and the elements by being at the bottom of the vehicle, virtually “hovering” above the road which can cause them to rust and break, especially when talking about older vehicles. When this is the case, and you need to replace these parts, save your wallet and any extra headaches and count on us to diagnose and replace any and all exhaust related components.
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