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Common Symptoms of a Failing Exhaust System

October 21st, 2020 by

Your car’s exhaust system is made of pipes that guide harmful exhaust gases away from the engine and into the outside atmosphere. Exhaust gas typically flows through the exhaust manifold, the catalytic converter, the resonator, and, finally, the muffler, which connects to the tailpipe. If there’s a problem with this system, poisonous gases can travel

Signs of A Problem With Your Exhaust

April 20th, 2018 by

Depending on your car, the cost to make repairs to a damaged or broken muffler can range widely. But putting off an exhaust repair almost always costs more than addressing them promptly– like the car above, whose muffler is totally missing. Here are some signs and symptoms to watch for if you think your vehicle

Classic Signs of a Damaged Exhaust System

January 17th, 2018 by

While exhaust systems are built to withstand the high stress and heat conditions of your engine’s exhaust, they are still prone to corrosion and rust over time due to the high-stress conditions they are constantly under. Usually, a problem with the exhaust system will be quite obvious. Here are some classic signs of a damaged

Smoking Exhaust: A color diagnosis guide

July 26th, 2017 by

By Kate Bergeron For most drivers, seeing light vapor trailing your car isn’t an unusual occurrence. But, if you see different colored exhaust fumes, it’s time to pay attention to your car. Your vehicle may not be flashing warning lights, but the smoke coming from your exhaust may indicate that something isn’t working properly. Blue