exhaust and muffler. Tuesday , November 28th , 2017 - 21:30:32 PM
The general rule of thumb from experienced auto mechanics and automotive dealership service writers is that mufflers and pipes should be replaced before they are rusted completely, for if there are any leaks in the system what so ever, the exhaust which are poisonous and injurious to health will escape into the interior of the vehicle where they can potentially cause the death of the occupants and riders or a serious accident if the driver becomes affected by exhaust gas and gasses.
Two often ignored but important parts of the vehicle’s mechanical system is the exhaust and muffler systems. These two systems work together to help a car run at peak efficiency and performance. The exhaust system is a tubing system that takes exhaust gases created by the engine and guides them out the back of the vehicle. Typically, an exhaust system will have some of the following systems
Before we get to the tail pipe, we come to the muffler. This is an important part of the exhaust system and one we never think about. Since exhaust gas is shooting out the exhaust system at high pressure, it creates a lot of noise. The muffler reduces the backpressure of the exhaust, while at the same time improving engine efficiency, engine performance, the power output of the car and it even reduces the wear and tear of engine components. The most significant aspect of the muffler is the noise reduction it creates.
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