What comes out of your car – is just as important as what goes in. And your car’s exhaust system is responsible for removing harmful gas emissions from your engine. It is made up of multiple parts including: the exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, exhaust pipes, oxygen sensor and muffler. While there is no set timeframe for having your exhaust system serviced, we recommend having the individual parts checked during regular maintenance. But if you smell fumes, hear loud or rattling noises, or your fuel usage increases, some part of your exhaust system may need to be replaced. Because an issue with the exhaust system can be harmful to you and your passengers – as well as the environment. Because your exhaust system does more than just keep your car quiet – it routes exhaust fumes away from the cabin, helps maintain optimum fuel efficiency, and reduces polluting emissions. So if you continue to avoid issues with your exhaust system, this can lead to bigger problems, including damage to your engine ,muffler or catalytic converter. And from a safety standpoint, there is a high safety risk, since you could breathe in harmful gases. And from an environmental point of view, a malfunctioning exhaust system will waste gas and emit harmful gases.
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