Exhaust System Repair

1. Emission Control Service: We believe in protecting the environment, and a well-functioning exhaust system is key. Let us ensure that your vehicle is running cleanly and meeting emission standards.

2. Exhaust Manifold Repair: The manifold collects exhaust gases from multiple cylinders. If it’s compromised, your vehicle might not perform at its peak. Our experts will inspect and, if needed, repair it to keep your car running smoothly.

3. Custom Exhaust Installation: Are you looking for a performance boost or a distinct sound? We’ve got you covered with custom exhaust solutions that suit your vehicle and preferences.

4. Oxygen Sensor Replacement: This little component has a big job – it helps regulate your engine’s air-fuel mixture. If it’s faulty, it can impact both performance and fuel economy. Don’t fret; we’ll get it sorted!

5. Performance Exhaust Upgrades: Whether you’re aiming for better sound, power, or both, our performance exhaust upgrades can provide that added edge to your drive.

6. Muffler Maintenance and Replacement: The muffler is more than a silencer – it’s an environmental shield, reducing noise and harmful emissions. Regular maintenance is crucial to keep it functioning effectively. Whether it’s a simple repair or a full replacement, our specialists are equipped to ensure your muffler contributes to a cleaner, quieter, and more enjoyable driving experience.

  • What’s the Difference Between the Muffler and the Exhaust?

    The muffler is one specific piece of a vehicle’s exhaust system, and it’s responsible for reducing the noises of engine combustion and evacuation of exhaust gases. The whole exhaust system includes the engine’s exhaust valve, exhaust manifold, a series of pipes, at least one catalytic converter, the muffler, and the tailpipe.

  • Signs of a Bad Muffler

    How can you tell if you have a bad muffler or need other exhaust repairs? You may notice these signs:

    • Unusual exhaust smell
    • Condensation from the exhaust pipe
    • Dragging or dangling tailpipe
    • Engine misfiring or rattling
    • Clunking from the muffler
    • Louder exhaust sounds
  • How Long Does a Muffler Last?

    Depending on your vehicle’s make and model and the types of conditions you typically drive in, a muffler lasts an average of 40,000-80,000 miles. If you enjoy spending your weekends parked on the beach, you can help mitigate dangerous corrosion by washing your vehicle’s undercarriage. Otherwise, you may need a new muffler even sooner than 40,000 miles.

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At First Tire & Automotive, quality and customer satisfaction are paramount. That’s why we confidently back our services with a 36-month/36,000-mile warranty. Drive with peace of mind, knowing that we stand by our work and always aim to deliver the best for you and your vehicle.

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