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Is your car making noises that are unbearable and makes your driving experience worse as the time passes? Or you have started to notice a visible increase in the trips to the fuel station? Is your car not only making noises but is also vibrating on the steering and the seats? Well, in that case, your car may be suffering from a faulty exhaust.
You can notice these problems by making careful observations and looking out for these messes. You can also check the underneath of your car for the cause of these troubles. Even though you can take care of it, but let us tell you it is not easy and is most essential to get it done correctly.
Bring your car to us. We, here at Eco Tyres, will help you with all your exhaust related problems. Our team of experts will ease your pain of excruciating hours and fix it for you in minutes.
The exhaust is the component that allows the waste residue of the burnt gases in the engine to emit out of the system of the car. This process causes great thermal and pressure conditions. Over time, exhausts of the car are corrupted with these gases and get damaged.
How can you find out that your exhaust needs repairing or replacing?
Well, there is no hard and fast rule by which you can without any equipment know that you need an exhaust repairing.
But one can always predict to realise that it is time to get it checked:
1. More noise:
When the car's silencer produces a loud rumbling noise that can easily be distinguished from the usual sweet noise of the car, know that something is wrong with your muffler. Along with it if your car experiences a hissing sound, it generally means that the exhaust has some crack or physical damage. Another easily distinguishable sound is the clogging one; it implies that something is blocking your exhaust system.
2. Low fuel economy and sub-standard performance:
The exhaust is responsible for emitting the burnt gases. If there is something wrong with it, the removal of gases gets difficult. In this condition, the engine starts to use the burnt gases, which adversely affects the working of the engine. This reduces the fuel economy as well as the performance of the engine.
A faulty exhaust can be the reason for you to fail your yearly MOT test. The main concern with the poor exhaust is its environmental threats. The exhaust is responsible for converting harmful gases like carbon monoxide into a less harmful carbon dioxide before emitting it out of the car system. Hence, the government in the UK has put a strict check on exhausts conditions.
If you are facing any of the problems mentioned above with your exhaust, contact us. We, Eco Tyres, provide all kinds of exhaust repair and replacement here in the Southampton area. To know more on the details of exhaust and its maintenance, feel free to give us a call.