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exhaust and muffler

Located on the underside of your vehicle, the exhaust system is responsible for collecting and directing harmful emissions away from the vehicle, reducing the amount of pollutants released into the environment, and minimizing engine exhaust noise and force. The exhaust system is composed of pipes and tubing designed to streamline vehicle operation while maximizing vehicle performance and efficiency. Engines produce dangerous gases as a byproduct of the combustion process. The exhaust manifold collects the emissions from the engine and funnels the gases through the front pipe to the catalytic converter. The converter transforms these harmful gases, like carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, and nitrogen oxide, into less harmful ones, like oxygen, nitrogen, water vapor, and carbon dioxide. The muffler helps cancel out the noise created by the engine. The muffler dissipates sound waves while the tailpipe directs the gases to the rear of the vehicle and releases the converted gases into the atmosphere.

Environmental Impact

All automobiles emit exhaust fumes & gasses while running.  Your vehicle’s exhaust system serves as an air filtration to protect our environment as well as our health.  We can minimize the impact on our environment & health by keeping our vehicle’s exhaust & emission system running properly.  If your exhaust seems to be loud or you have any other concerns, please call Weber Automotive as soon as possible so that one of our expert technicians can assess the situation. Our ASE certified master technicians will advise you on the best course of action.  We will never recommend a repair that is not needed!

Signs that your exhaust system may need some attention:
  • Excessive/Loud noises while driving
  • Engine misfire
  • Gasoline odor
  • Decrease in fuel efficiency
  • Decrease in acceleration or power


Components in the exhaust system include:
  • Muffler, exhaust pipe and tailpipe
  • Catalytic converter
  • Oxygen sensor
  • Air pump
  • EGR valve
  • Exhaust seals

The professional technicians at Weber Automotive are fully educated in exhaust problems and the latest techniques of solving them. If you feel you may have an exhaust issue, don’t wait until it turns worse.  Call our office to schedule your exhaust inspection today.

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