Noisy engine exhaust, decreased power when accelerating, lowered gas milage, and a burning smell from the engine can all be symptoms of a bad exhaust system. Driving with a broken exhaust can lead to expensive engine repair, failed emissions testing, and carbon monoxide leakage. All Work's Automotive is your one stop shop for all your exhaust repair needs. We even perform custom performance exhaust installation if you're looking to add a little more power to your vehicle!
WHAT CAUSES EXHAUST DAMAGE?
Rust is the No. 1 enemy of exhaust systems, but it is by no means the only one. Poor road conditions can cause physical damage, mufflers can become clogged, and a damaged or clogged catalytic converter can cause your vehicle to overheat. Heat and wear can also cause the exhaust manifold to crack, which is one of the most common reasons for an exhaust leak.
WHY SHOULD I FIX MY EXHAUST SYSTEM?
If your vehicle has an exhaust leak, dangerous exhaust gasses are being released into the air and even the passenger compartment, which can cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide poisoning includes dizziness, nausea, sleepiness, unconsciousness, and can be fatal.
A damaged exhaust system may also cause your vehicle to fail state emissions testing. It is important to have your vehicle's exhaust system repaired well before emissions testing to ensure your vehicle's onboard diagnostics system has cleared all codes.
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