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What is it?
 
The exhaust system is responsible for routing exhaust gases away from the engine and into the atmosphere. The system consists of a number of parts, including the exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, and muffler.
 
What does it do?
 
The exhaust manifold collects gases from the engine’s cylinders and routes them into the catalytic converter. The converter then helps to break down pollutants in the exhaust gas before it enters the muffler. The muffler works to reduce noise levels, and the final section of pipe directs gases out of the tailpipe. Together, these parts work to ensure that harmful exhaust fumes are properly routed away from the engine.
 
Typical Wear and Tear
 
Over time, these components can become blocked or corroded, affecting the performance of the car. The most common problem is a build-up of carbon deposits, which can restrict the flow of exhaust gases and cause the engine to run less efficiently. In extreme cases, the build-up of carbon can cause the engine to overheat and fail entirely. As a result, it is important to have the exhaust system regularly checked and cleaned to ensure optimal performance.
 
Symptoms
 
  • Loss of fuel efficiency
  • Car is louder than usual
  • Engine is working hard to expel fumes
  • Increased engine noise
  • Visible damage to muffler